USB Programming Cable

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    JJE

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    Hi all. Is anyone having problems with installing the drivers for the usb programming cable with windows 7? It wont allow me to use it because it is not digitally signed. Help!!!!
     
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    I did have similar problems with CBus com port driver and I can't say exactly the settings but I did something like this.
    Try running the compatability settings in Windows7.
    Go to "C:\Program Files\Clipsal Integrated Systems\Clipsal USB Com Port Driver".
    Right click and select compatability settings.
    I can't remember which one I chose maybe XP SP3 would be a good start.
    Then it worked for me.
     
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    Thanks DarylMc for the quick reply. I have followed your directions but can't see any compatability settings? Am I missing something? I have tried the folders, sub folders and the actual driver files.
     
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    Sorry I thought you were talking about the Cbus com port driver and I am not familiar with Circa.
    I am sure someone on the forum can assist and you should let them know if you are using 32 or 64 bit Windows.
     
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