EDNET USB MICROSCOPE DRIVER
You do it by holding shift when you restart Windows 10 and I think it only works until you reboot again. As it worked on Windows 10 before, I’m wondering if there is something I could try to get it working again. I’ve tried uninstalling and reinstalling the driver on the CD. I’ve read that this has worked on 64 bit systems and even worked on my 64 bit Win 10 PC at one point. Welcome to the world of Windows I accept the privacy statement. Have you lost or misplaced your ednet instruction manual?
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It still may not work as the driver date is You purchased an ednet product at retail and would like to ask us a technical question? Several functions may not work. I am assuming ernet your first image the driver file has an exe extension.
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Unfortunately the drivers included with the device will only work up to Windows 7 or possibly 8. I did a search on the Vendor and Device ID and could not find a Windows 10 driver but I did find the search led me to this page. Last Device Instance Id: Now when I plug it in, the LED lights come on the microscope but amcap states ‘no video capture device was found’. I’ve tried Mixroscope and then Scan for Hardware Changes.
USB microscope not working after Windows 10 update – External Hardware
I accept the privacy statement. It comes with a driver CD in case it didn’t work automatically. The ednet product search provides you with all the item data, even if the product is no longer available on the market. Device Manager can see USB2. I bought this PC with Windows 10 installed edndt I can’t downgrade.
I am pretty sure. I’ve forgotten my password.
USB microscope not working after Windows 10 update
We are happy to help you: You do it by holding shift when you restart Windows 10 and I think it only works until you reboot again. NET is needed to run the optional software.
Click here to Register a free account now! Instead Device Manager is showing ‘ Code 18 reinstall driver’. Reboot your system and try your microscope.
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I tried Compatibility Mode XP Service pack 3 and the driver installed for 15 minutes instead of a few minutes and asked me to reboot as usual but that didn’t work either. On the disk do you see any folders listed as 32bit or 64bit with an included. I’m not sure if it’s relevant, but I also opened aveodcnt. The driver is an InstallScript Setup Launcher so it can’t be found. Your only hope is to either wait for Windows 10 to supply a driver or revert back to Windows 7 if the upgrade was less than 30 days.
Edited by skyshrimp, 10 January – I then tried this on a really old HP Compaq laptop running Windows 7 32 ,icroscope and it worked straight away. I know nothing about drivers and would like some advice please.
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.