@ Gus & @ willgeorge
I know 4.1 didn’t use Win USB drivers but Windows 10 is preventing me from using the GHI driver from the 4.1 SDK. It’s as though WIN 10 sees the GHI hardware (Panda II) and then defaults to the Windows USB driver without asking if I want to point to a specific GHI driver. Then when I attempt to update the driver it fails as noted in my first post. Because of this behavior I’m thinking it’s a Windows 10 issue unless there’s something amiss in the registry. Page 31 of the old USBizi manual had a reference to a potential registry problem:
• Be CAREFUL when changing the USB configuration and settings, as you go on
with development and creating your USB device and connecting it to the PC,
Windows might save the device information in its registry. Therefore, if you change
the USB device settings/interfaces and connect it again, it might not work correctly.
Make sure to be careful with changing your USB device settings. You may also
need to delete all the settings from Windows registry manually.
And willgeorge I see what you are saying but would that new driver work with an old 4.1 firmware/hardware and if so where would I get it? - The latest SDK?
As for Sunday work, this isn’t work is it? More like the Sunday times crossword puzzle, but thanks to you both for being around.