I can`t: "Make Windows look for drivers, and when given the option select "Browse your PC", then choose 'Pick from a list' and then select.
This has been a problem in Windows 7 and 8 as well. The issue is that Acer has published a driver that claims to be compatible with RNDIS. I can`t: "Make Windows look for drivers, and when given the option select "Browse your PC", then choose 'Pick from a list' and then select. Download the latest drivers for your RNDIS to keep your Computer up-to-date.
Somehow it started working. Not even Windows Mobile. You should understand that we get enough closed source code here from Amazon. If a suitable driver is not found, the device might not have a driver loaded.
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Find More Posts by shamanNS. If you have platform builder, check the file Drive: I think with this you not even have to reboot in advanced mode. We have facing the same issue. It turned out that it did. In this case, you might have to load your own driver or write an INF that references another in-box driver. I did also download and install Platform Builder and used it to build the Toradex image 1.
I remember when my laptop was on Win8 it would not accept modified INFs for my tethered phone fortunately, manufacturer -intel- released signed ones later. Does your version of Windows still keep a detailed log of all changes made by an update of the system?
But if the driver code is your own work or you have a license to publish it - then please give us a link to the public repository of your code including its Open Source license.
Thread Tools Show Printable Version. If your device specifies class code 02 but a subclass code value other than 02, Usbser.
Last edited by Marco77; at Originally Posted by Marco77 However, starting with Vista, Windows has been enforcing a mandatory signing requirement for bit drivers. Perhaps your recent update included a change to the MS included driver that creates a conflict. I think you should make this change for all of your modules, not just the T20, as this seems to be the right way to implement RNDIS and everyone should benefit from this change - especially as Windows 10 becomes more popular.
I quickly checked the driver source. If so, perhaps there is something helpful in the list of things the update touched.
Consider what I suggest very carefully before doing anything, my Windows experience is very, very old. I will attempt to download and install PB in order to do this experiment. We discourage the posting of closed source software at this site. This stopped Windows 10 from loading the virtual COM port driver as we hoped, but Windows 10 still did not load my driver instead.
What is the point? I cannot get it to work. Here is another useful link from Microsoft. With this approach, you are not required to distribute INF files for your device because the system uses Usbser.
That would also solve this problem for everyone else. I do have UAC turned off Page 1 of 2. A modified driver can be downloaded from here. If so, perhaps rolling back the system to that restore point would get you back to the behavior prior to Windows self-destructing.
I also found the line of code in rndisfn. Please use the answer feature only if you are answering the question, otherwise, please use the Add Comment feature.
I have tried to avoid using that with Toradex products by using the standard images instead. I am going to deploy that DLL with my product in order to add Windows 10 support. Pnp Manager tries to find a driver. The patched DLL worked as expected in that the Subclass changed from 2 to 0. But in this case, we will not ask that you be banned, just because of the funky terms of some Windows Driver License. I do not know what exactly made the difference.
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