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WIBU Key Installation issues


JJ Myers
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I remember awhile back that someone was having difficulties getting Windows to install the drivers for the WIBU key. I have been coming across similar struggles.

 

I just started building some brand new RAID-based, rackmount CPUs, and for some reason the WIBU Key will not install. Every time I plug it into a USB port, a notification alerts me that Windows is trying to install the driver, and then the notification changes to a big red "X" and :

 

"Device driver software was not successfully installed. Please consult with your device manufacturer for assistance getting this device installed."

 

One of the notifications led to something regarding the digital signature for the driver being "unsigned".

 

I've tried uninstalling W/O and reinstalling a few times. That didn't solve the problem. I'm using Windows 7 64-bit Professional w/ SP1.

 

Thanks in advance for any help.

 

-JJ

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OK, so I finally got it to install. The only thing I did differently? Copied over the W/O installer onto the local drive and then ran the installer from there. When it was failing, I was running the install from my server, which was a network path, which was likely causing the driver to be unsigned.... or at least that's my guess. I could have sworn that I've run the W/O installer from a network path in the past, but I am going to stick with running it locally from now on ;)

 

BTW - Kudos to Dataton for starting this web-based support forum! Now things like this can be searched and found without new threads being created, etc...

 

Regards,

 

JJ

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