Is it still true that there is no signed VCI V3 driver? Is there a supported LabView driver?


#1

Hi,

Regarding the CAN to USB product:

Is it still true that there is no signed VCI V3 driver?
Is there a supported LabView driver?

Thanks,

john Miramonti

Reference article:
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ContantCrashing

Jan '18

We do have a beta Labview API for VCI V4, If you are interested in receiving this you can reach out to our support directly over phone (312-829-0601) or private message an HMS user on hms.how.

Once I have information on the official release I will provide it, thanks!

Nick

I wanted to add the following,

VCI V3 is not released / supported for Windows 10 with secure boot activated. Once we have completed the update it will be mandatory to use VCI V4 on Windows 10.


#2

Hi @JohnM,

The VCI V3 drivers are signed. You can download the latest, 3.5.4, here: https://www.ixxat.com/support/file-and-documents-download/drivers/vci-v3-driver-download

There are not separate drivers for Labview. Integration is built into VCI V3. See:

Kyle


#4

Just to confirm: Does that mean these drivers will work now on a Win10 UEFI Safe Boot system? Or do we still need to turn off Safe Boot?

This matters for customers moving up from Win7. (Forced march from Microsoft.)


#5

No. If you want to use UEFI Secure Boot you need to use VCI V4.


#7

My colleague Shaun is working this. We’ve had some good luck/some bad luck (Blue Screens). I’ll get with him and get back to you.