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Author:  classics [ Thu Dec 03, 2009 3:25 pm ]
Post subject:  64-Bit Drivers for Windows Vista/Windows 7 Now Available

Signed 64-bit drivers for the Atarimax SIO2PC USB Interface are now available.

This driver applies to both single port and dual port USB interfaces.

To view and download the attachment in this post, please make sure you are logged in.

If there are any issues installing the driver please contact me at classics@atarimax.com or follow up here. :D

Thanks

Steve

Author:  RemoWilliams [ Thu Mar 18, 2010 9:23 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 64-Bit Drivers for Windows Vista/Windows 7 Now Available

Awesome! Many thanks! :)

Author:  Wilheim [ Thu Jul 07, 2011 9:27 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 64-Bit Drivers for Windows Vista/Windows 7 Now Available

Hi! For some reason I cannot install the drivers on Windows 7 64-bit version. Is there any tutorial for that?

Thanks in advance!

Author:  Wilheim [ Thu Jul 07, 2011 9:45 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 64-Bit Drivers for Windows Vista/Windows 7 Now Available

I've just answered myself. I found a tutorial in Youtube (in spanish):

Como instalar drivers manualmente (How to install drivers manually):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBdtG5N7Pkg

Author:  xlfreak [ Tue Jan 10, 2012 3:39 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 64-Bit Drivers for Windows Vista/Windows 7 Now Available

64-Bit Drivers: That's just what I needed! :mrgreen:
Thank you for your support, now I can finally take my Atari-Imaging from Windows XP to Windows 7.

Author:  8-bit [ Sun Mar 04, 2012 2:17 am ]
Post subject:  Re: 64-Bit Drivers for Windows Vista/Windows 7 Now Available

I have did some investigation into drivers for WIndows 7 64bit.
From what I have read, Win7 64bit will refuse to load any driver that is not certified.
What truth is there in this?
Also, is it hard to make a driver certified?

I am only asking because this possibly could cause problems with the recently made 64bit drivers for the USB version of SIO2PC.

Author:  classics [ Mon Mar 05, 2012 6:28 am ]
Post subject:  Re: 64-Bit Drivers for Windows Vista/Windows 7 Now Available

The signed 64-bit drivers for the USB interface are attached to the first post of this thread.

Author:  classics [ Sat May 12, 2012 3:54 am ]
Post subject:  Re: 64-Bit Drivers for Windows Vista/Windows 7 Now Available

8-bit wrote:
I have did some investigation into drivers for WIndows 7 64bit.
From what I have read, Win7 64bit will refuse to load any driver that is not certified.
What truth is there in this?
Also, is it hard to make a driver certified?

I am only asking because this possibly could cause problems with the recently made 64bit drivers for the USB version of SIO2PC.


Windows 7 does have a 'pay to play' driver system, it will not load any drivers that are not signed with a commercial signing certificate.

All of the drivers I provide are fully signed and can be loaded in 32-bit and 64-bit editions of Windows. You just have to use the appropriate driver for the appropriate OS. 32-bit windows will only load the 32-bit drivers, 64-bit windows likewise requires the 64-bit versions of the drivers.

Steve

Author:  thewhiz [ Thu Mar 07, 2013 8:07 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 64-Bit Drivers for Windows Vista/Windows 7 Now Available

Updating to 64-bit drivers...

My XP-32 computer recently took a dive, so I had to move APE over to the Win7-64 "mothership." Had some difficulties getting it to work, so I thought I'd post a brief "how to" for anyone else that is having problems. There may be easier or better ways to do this, so if you know a better way, please share the info. I have never used Vista, so the prompts might be slightly different, but I suspect that they are very similar.

1) The standard APE drivers are 32-bit, so if you install on a 64-bit system, you will get a "yellow flag" warning in the device manager entries. APE will launch, but it won't work (at least with the USB adapter). If you click on the yellow flag, you should get a message saying "no driver."

2) Log into this forum and download the 64-bit drivers in this SIO2PC forum/group.

3) In "My Computer" select the C: drive Program Files (X-86) and find the "APE for Windows" folder.

4) Unzip the 64-bit drivers and put them in the APE for Windows folder -- preferably in the "Drivers" sub-folder.

5) In the control panel under the SIO2PC device entry (in the Device Manager), select "Update Driver Software." Then select the "Browse my computer for driver software."

6) When you have browsed to the APE for Windows (driver) folder, then select the "Let me pick from a list..." Windows should display the "SIO2USB Universal Adapter" as the compatible hardware.

7) Select "Next" and the new drivers will be installed. You will be directed to restart your computer. DONE!"

-Larry

Author:  rockdoc2010 [ Mon Feb 03, 2014 12:23 am ]
Post subject:  Re: 64-Bit Drivers for Windows USB port seems locked

I cant seem to get the unit to recognize the drive unless it is in one specific port. my wireless keyboard also needs to be in that port. My arduino UNO will only work on com 2 and my arduino Mega will only work on com 3?!?!?

is windows locking USB ports reserving them specifically for certain equipment? I do have FTDI drivers installed and a virtual Com port for my usb/serial breakout board

Any help will help immensely

Douglas

Author:  rdupuy [ Sun Sep 04, 2016 11:12 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 64-Bit Drivers for Windows Vista/Windows 7 Now Available

Where is the 32-bit driver download?

For some reason I have a sio2usb that I ordered from AtariMax that is completely useless, so frustrating.

Author:  Back2skooldaze [ Wed Dec 21, 2016 2:00 am ]
Post subject:  Re: 64-Bit Drivers for Windows Vista/Windows 7 Now Available

Ive downloaded the 64bit windows driver and installed in the ape drivers folder and it appeared i already had them so i just continued to replace all the drivers from the zipped file and when starting ape i still have the message rs232 driver failed to initialise ???

This is crazy why can't i get ape software to work under windows 10 64bit pro ?

I have the original ape disc that came with my serial ape cable and that works great under win98 system but now i am on windows 10 64bit pro i can't even get the downloaded trial version of ape to work ??????

I've emailed Steve but no reply as yet ?? can someone on here please help ?

I am using a usb to serial device that uses the HL-340 driver and thats installed and working ok.On the ape configuration it detects my cable on com port 3 but when trying the ape software i have the message rs232 driver failed to initialise ? I have installed the 64bit drivers in the ape's driver folder ?

Author:  brenski [ Sun May 07, 2017 6:26 am ]
Post subject:  Re: 64-Bit Drivers for Windows Vista/Windows 7 Now Available

rdupuy wrote:
Where is the 32-bit driver download?

For some reason I have a sio2usb that I ordered from AtariMax that is completely useless, so frustrating.



i would like to know the answer to this also.

I am installing this onto a win7 32-bit netbook

sio2pc 64-bit drivers will NOT install - windows says "incompatible with this platform"

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