> On Feb 3, 2018, at 9:36 PM, Robert Nelson <robertcnel...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 9:48 PM, <dstall...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Updating the BIOS did not work for me, but installing RNDIS drive worked
>> with the following instructions (found somewhere else that I cannot find
>> device manager
>> Under other devices choose RNDIS
>> right click on it and update driver
>> Browse my computer
>> let me pick
>> "Network adapters"
>> select microsoft from on the left
>> choose "USB RNDIS"
>> Click next
>> click yes
>> then close
>> DONE!!! YEAH !!!
> We transitioned to using Microsoft's built-in drivers about a year ago.
> All the 'latest' images no longer require that signed driver.
We always used Microsoft’s own built-in drivers. What we sign is the .inf files
that TELL Windows it is OKAY to use those drivers.
That’s not 100% it. We do also pack in an FDTI driver for the serial on the
original BeagleBone. It is the driver package FTDI distributes with our VID/PID
added to the .inf.
The details are at
Using the “signed drivers” May still be needed on Windows 7.
The 1709 update done to Windows 10 in late-Dec/early-Jan seems like it might
have messed some people up.
Also, it has been about a year since I signed them last, so people might be
trying to install them and seeing it fail—even if they aren’t needed.
Anyone know a good Microsoft contact for this type of thing?
> Robert Nelson
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