DIS would make sense to utilize, but it would never work under a 64bit windows 10 environment. The only times i've seen DIS is on dedicated laptops, very very old laptops.
ISTA-D/P is supposed to be just as useful as DIS, maybe others can chime in.
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If I may add to this - I have failed to install DIS to run on the same laptop along with ISTA/P (old 2010 thinkpad with usb 2.0 ports). I have even created a separate partition there where I have installed win XP - it seems that DIS likes Win XP better. But I have failed yet again, as during install, all the tools (Standard tools, DIS, INPA etc) have the default installation path set to C:\, while the second partition I have created, cannot be C:\ , or can it???
I have then installed DIS on a newer machine (thinkpad helix with USB 3.0 I believe). I have few issues with this install though:
The package I could find is in Russian, which I speak, but it is not so easy when they translate technical terms - I would so much better use an English version instead
Secondly, DIS works under a virtual environment and i found that physical keyboard is needed. My thinkpad helix has one 2.0 port when in tablet mode, but then i loose keyboard. If I dock keyboard, the 2.0 port is covered and I am left with 3.0 usb ports on the keyboard dock.
These are my 2 issues at the moment - maybe someone had this before and managed to overcome them.
But mainly I wrote this to confirm that USB 3.0 also seems to work with DIS (with INPA I get some sorts of errors, but then again I am not sure that those errors are due to usb 3.0)