User Control Panel Log out. So last night I found that you can install the microchip driver through the “Add legacy devices” option in device manager. Forums Posts Latest Posts. My device still doesn’t work. That seems suspicious to me.

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TC Series Microchip Driver Installation

Mon Aug 22, 9: I will micfochip, thanks for the advice. Windows Driver Installation If you use a bit version of Windows, download the bit zip file and use these drivers when Windows asks for them after the Machine is powered on, otherwise use the regular bit versions: Thu Aug 25, 2: When you say it has a PIC18F, keep in mind that has no bearing on what driver may be necessary to interface with it, since a is programmable microcontroller and can be programmed for any USB device class.

What’s their incentive wmulation make drivers for stuff that’s ancient? ICD4 disables breakpoints 16F88 cannot set internal oscillator frequency beyond It’s one more thing to try, and it’s all I know about it: If emulationn is a windows certified driver it will download if needed and install itself.


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You’d need no driver on the PC side for that. Please do not post bug Reports on this forum.

I bet it will want an INF file after that. I tried using your modified INF file technique by saving it as something like “ccs. Was using Windows 8. After looking through a lot of sources and examples, I was able to come up with what I think is the right way to do it for at least Windows 7: Please, can you tell me where I can get that examples and CDC class? Either way, somebody missed something fundamental: W2K see the HID correctly.

Sun Oct 09, 5: Were a have to work? You are using the original USB 2. Thank you so much for replying.

I have attempted to install the driver you linked by simply right clicking and then pressing “install” but to no avail. I am guessing no.

Mon Aug 22, Haven’t received registration validation E-mail? Have you got an example of application? Sorry to give you nothing at all helpful but your post deserves a reply. I will say though, that mine seems to be a lot more bare-bones, so maybe there’s something in the Microchip files that’s conflicting with what Windows 8 is trying to do.


I’m going to continue to try and push them to produce a new driver, but I’m beginning to look into alternative imports that I can get from China. It’s not “outdated” by the OEM’s standard. I then went into the properties for this USB device in the Windows Hardware Manager and tried to reinstall the driver and select this new “ccs.

I can’t believe this post has been 3 weeks with no reply? Why does my PIC32 run slower than expected? Firstly, above INF file lacks x