I am trying to install the COM driver, but for whatever reason, it's not taking. I have confirmed that the driver itself is installed: http://puu.sh/t1kR1/0ec2cc8b66.png
But I'm still getting just the native COM 1 port in Arduino's SDK (version 1.8.0), meaning I can't update the firmware and get started with programming. The guides suggest I turn off Windows' automatic driver updates, which I've done...sort of. The images they give me for what that window should look like (at System -> Advanced System Settings -> Hardware -> Device Installation Settings) are different from what actually shows: http://puu.sh/t1kWx/3608e826c6.png I don't know if that's because Windows 10 has updated or what, but that's what I'm getting.
As I mentioned, Arduino SDK is 1.8.0, I'm running Windows 10 Home OS Build 14393.576, and the driver is version 188.8.131.52.
Any ideas what I need to do to get the driver, and the board, working?