I’m not sure, I flash and test them on a windows 10 machine running standard arduino drivers. The only problems that have ever come up is MAC or windows XP.
All I can think of is uninstall all the arduino drivers and reinstall a fresh copy of the arduino ide. These are standard boards. Perhaps you had the other style with the older usb chip and it has that driver in there. If you look on amazon most of the cheap boards have the older usb chipset and it can cause issues, these should not have that problem.