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Signed USB Drivers

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Hello All,

I have re-done all of our hardware USB drivers with signed versions that should now be happy to work alongside Windows 8 and hopefully 10 also without having to boot Windows into a none standard mode of operation.

Windows 7 should also work but Vista/XP may have issues.

If anyone has a go with any of these then please let me know how you get on. We have done some testing in house and I think everything should be ok but wanted to try them before we switch the drivers from our main products pages. Also note that the .inf file right click install method should also now work for everything.

ECIO28.zip
(1.14 MiB) Downloaded 52 times
ECIO40.zip
(1.14 MiB) Downloaded 56 times
EB006.zip
(1.21 MiB) Downloaded 35 times
EB006v9.zip
(4.81 MiB) Downloaded 58 times
EB039.zip
(1.13 MiB) Downloaded 30 times
EB064.zip
(1.22 MiB) Downloaded 32 times
EB091.zip
(4.81 MiB) Downloaded 35 times
E-Workstation.zip
(1.14 MiB) Downloaded 33 times
FlowKit.zip
(1.16 MiB) Downloaded 34 times
FlowKitv2.zip
(4.81 MiB) Downloaded 36 times
FormulaFlowcode.zip
(1.36 MiB) Downloaded 71 times
HP488.zip
(1.21 MiB) Downloaded 36 times
LockPIC.zip
(1.15 MiB) Downloaded 31 times
MIAC.zip
(1.16 MiB) Downloaded 33 times
MIACUSBSlave.zip
(1.14 MiB) Downloaded 32 times
USBSerial.zip
(5.24 KiB) Downloaded 42 times
USBSlave.zip
(1.14 MiB) Downloaded 34 times
If anyone wants to know how to do this, e.g. for a Flowcode USB component then I can help show you how, certificates cost around £150 a year and you only need it to be valid for when you do the actual signing.

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Re: Signed USB Drivers

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Hi Ben

I've just done a clean install of windows 10 x64-pro.

Flowcode 6 pro and all 4 versions of Flowcode 5 installed and activate ok. (Flowcode 6.1.2.0)

Hardware. Most of the new signed drivers installed ok. (Not tried the USB serial & slave yet)

Just 2 problems

16Bit ECIO
When trying to program gives the following error

Excepted device attached
CMDline switches = -eciodsp16
Dev attached = ECIO -40 40pin module
This is both on usb power and from the PSU in the base board


AVR ISP mk2 Programmer
Driver wont install
Gives an error Atmel LIBUSB(0)

Any ideas
Thanks
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Re: Signed USB Drivers

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Here are my results of these drivers on Windows 10 x64:

eb006 - OK Works, tested ICD
eb006v9 - OK Works, tested full GHOST
FlowKit - OK Works, tested ICD functions on atmel board.
MIAC - OK Programming works, reading works on MIACprog.

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EDIT:

Is there going to be digitally signed avrISPmkII driver? Having trouble installing the unsigned driver, even tough using unsigned drivers enabled mode on Win10... :S
Ill just keep the good work up!

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Re: Signed USB Drivers

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Hello,

We posted some help here for the AVRISP driver. http://www.matrixtsl.com/faq/index.php? ... artlang=en

As it's not our product I'm not sure if we can simply generate a driver for this.

Let me know how you get on though, maybe there is something we can do to help or simplify the process.

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Hi!

Why these driver files are not included in the V7 installation by default ? (or i could not get the V7 included ones to install for Flowkit, the installer told it failed...)
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Re: Signed USB Drivers

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I've been through this recently and the drivers supplied with Flowcode 7.2.1 should now be the signed version.

I've also posted my cheat sheet for creating signed drivers here should anyone need it.
viewtopic.php?f=63&t=18815#p81075

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