I am pretty much out of ideas on this one, sorry. We will send you the data immediately. Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers. I’ve tried Uninstall and then Scan for Hardware Changes. Here you can request the declaration of conformity of all ednet products if required. Type in article number of ednet archive product: Breaking Protections in Hardware Cryptocurrency Wallets.

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Click OK and save the changes. Since it is no longer supported, you are expected to purchase a new one.

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I’ve tried Uninstall and then Scan for Hardware Changes. Edited by skyshrimp, 11 January – I’m not sure if it’s relevant, but I also opened aveodcnt. Unfortunately the drivers included with the device will only work up to Windows 7 or possibly 8.

That is one of the problems with Windows 10, forced updates which also included drivers if you do not disable that feature. I just tried this microscope on a Windows 7 64 bit laptop and got the same problem.


USB microscope not working after Windows 10 update – External Hardware

I want to subscribe to the newsletter. I opened WinRAR and chose the driver. It is subject to the copyright of the respective authors. It still may not work as the driver date is I am pretty much out of ideas on this one, sorry.

I’ve read that this has worked on 64 bit systems and even worked on my 64 bit Win 10 PC at one point. Does the driver disk include other software for the microscope? To find a driver for this device, click Update Driver.

USB microscope not working after Windows 10 update

Thanks for all your help guys. Now when Ecnet plug it in, the LED lights come on the microscope but amcap states ‘no video capture device was found’. I then tried this on a really old HP Compaq laptop running Windows 7 32 bit and it worked straight away. The driver is an InstallScript Setup Launcher so it can’t be found. I did a search on the Vendor and Device ID micrlscope could not find a Windows 10 driver but I did find micrpscope search led me to this page.


I’ll probably have to buy an XP laptop for the microscope but I thought I’d start a thread in case there was a possible work around I could try. Last Device Instance Id: Using the site is easy and fun.

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We are happy to help you: You should uninstall original driver before install the downloaded one. I know nothing about drivers and would like some advice please. Ednet Digital Microscope driver setup Version: It states on the front USB 2.

Ednet Digital Microscope driver is a windows driver. You currently have javascript disabled. I’ve tried every USB port.

NET Framework 2 to run but I am not sure why to would need. Personally, if I had a Windows 7 computer, I would refuse the upgrade if I knew I would be purchasing a new computer after