I made this fix permanent by creating a task in Task Scheduler to remove the device on shutdown.
- Get devcon.exe: instruction (see the comments too)
- Start Task Scheduler
- Create a task to run devcon.exe with the argument "remove ACPI\808622A8" (that's the device ID). The trigger should be an event from the log System with the source User32 and ID 1074 (that's the "shutting down" event). Set it to run for all users, in the privileged mode (i.e. as Admin). Uncheck the restriction "Run only when plugged in" (or something like that, my Windows isn't in English).