radino32 driver installation on Windows 7
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How to install radino32 driver on Windows 7 properly.
- Windows 7 usually installs the wrong driver for radino32 automatically - this guide shows how to remove the wrong driver and install the right one.
Uninstall wrong driver
- Open the device manager
- Within section USB-Controller look for STM Device in DFU Mode
- If you formerly used another device from ST and installed a driver package, the device STM32_BOOTLOADER within another section might be the one to look for.
- Right-click on that entry and choose Uninstall
- In the upcoming window check the box and click OK
- Now disconnect the radino32 from your PC (remove the USB connection)
Reconnect radino 32 carefully
- reconnect your radino32 via USB to your PC - Windows 7 will now attempt to re-install the wrong driver
- click on the pop-up window that appears on the bottom right (don't close it)
- Click on the link to cancel driver-installation
- and confirm
- Windows driver installation was cancelled
Install new driver
- Locate the driver installation files as described here: Installing bootloader drivers
- Now run zadig driver installation to install radino32 driver
- The installer recognizes the STM32 BOOTLOADER - now select libusbK and run Install Driver
- The device-manager now shows your radino32 as STM32 BOOTLOADER within section libusbK USB Devices
- The radino32 driver is now installed successfully on Windows 7