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    DC-One Editor in Windows 7 64-Bit

    Anyone found a workaround for this? The software runs fine but the driver won't go. Sure is annoying having to get out the old clunker with XP on it that takes half an hour to load.

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    Re: DC-One Editor in Windows 7 64-Bit

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    Re: DC-One Editor in Windows 7 64-Bit

    You have to get a new driver. I have the same problem with my lighting USB/DMX interface...no 64 driver...so I have Windows 7 32 on that machine.

    Edit: you could just use the serial, which is about as inconvenient as USB.
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    Re: DC-One Editor in Windows 7 64-Bit

    According to the blurb on their site, under version 1.5 64bit is now supported, I'm going try it tonight, wish me luck.

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    Re: DC-One Editor in Windows 7 64-Bit

    The good news is, it works!

    If you're not an IT guy it could be a little daunting to setup the driver, but once done it worked fine.

    One new feature I liked is as it updated the firmware it told you what it was doing, it was also able to rescue a controler that was stuck in bootloader.

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