Changes between Version 144 and Version 145 of windows_backend
- 08/28/10 01:10:42 (3 years ago)
v144 v145 51 51 The current version, which is compatible with both 32 and 64 bit Windows platforms, starting with Windows 2000, should be able to install a WinUSB driver for any USB device.[[BR]] 52 52 Note that because the installer needs to run with administrative privileges, it is recommended to check the md5 checksum after download (or recompile your own version from [http://git.libusb.org/?p=libwdi.git;a=shortlog the source])[[BR]] 53 * [http://libusb-winusb-wip.googlecode.com/files/zadig .exe zadig_2010.08.27.exe]: 5.7 MB, md5sum: bb8a893a050746cc2ed992f821e18e9f, compiled with MinGW-w64 from w115.[[BR]] 53 * [http://libusb-winusb-wip.googlecode.com/files/zadig.exe zadig_2010.08.27.exe]: 5.7 MB, md5sum: bb8a893a050746cc2ed992f821e18e9f, compiled with MinGW-w64 from w115.[[BR]] 54 54 NB: When ran in advanced mode, Zadig also allows the selection and installation of the '''signed libusb0.sys''' driver from [http://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/libusb-win32/wiki] (v.184.108.40.206).[[BR]] 55 55 * Or you can download the [http://libusb-winusb-wip.googlecode.com/files/winusb%20driver.zip WinUSB driver files], then customize the .inf for your device and install the driver by following the instructions that are either provided [wiki:winusb_driver_installation here] or in the README file that comes with the driver archive.