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Using our boards with Windows 8

Thursday, November 29th, 2012

Due to Window 8's requirement that all drivers need to be signed, some of our boards requiring USB drivers might not work with it. RadiatorTwo shared a workaround witch should work. Basically you need to turn off the signed driver requirement. You can deactivate the forcing of signed drivers by using...

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