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Splash Forums Development Windows APIs Can not control the Mico Arm by my 64-bit computer with windows 10

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  • #1698

    Anonymous

    Dear Sir(s),

    When I added the references to my c# program, there are five warnings about mismatch between dll files and the computer architecture. When I was running the examples and debugging, I found that the program can get the control of API, but can not control the arm to move. I do not know how to solve this problem. Can you give me some advice?

    Best regards,
    Shao Chenzhong

    #1773

    Hugo Lamontagne
    Participant

    Hi Shao Chenzhong,

    Unfortunately the windows 10 USB drivers are not completed yet. I’m very sorry about that. I will keep you posted and as soon as we have something, I will tell you. Also, when the beta version will be ready, would you be interested in having a copy to test it?

    Hugo

    #1802

    Anonymous

    Hi Hugo,

    Thank you for your reply. I will wait for window 10 USB drivers, and
    it’s my pleasure to test the driver.

    Best regards,
    Shao Chenzhong

    #1878

    MariaCe
    Participant

    Dear Sir(s),
    I’m developing an application with Kinova MICO in Windows 10, I am looking for Win10 drivers.
    If possible, please give me the Kinova MICO drivers for Win10.

    Thanks for your reply
    María

    #1879

    Hugo Lamontagne
    Participant

    Hi Maria,

    The windows 10 drivers is not released yet. I will send it to you as soon as I have a working version.

    Have a nice day,

    Hugo

    #1981

    MariaCe
    Participant

    Dear Sirs(s),
    I am looking for Win10 drivers.
    If possible, please give me the Kinova MICO drivers for Win10.
    Thanks for your reply.

    #2008

    Anonymous

    Hi Maria,

    I was able to have the MICO drivers working on Win10 64bits.
    Since our drivers are not signed, you need to disable the “Driver signature Verification”.

    You can do this by following this guide :
    How to Disable Driver Signature Verification on 64-Bit Windows 8.1 or 10 (So That You Can Install Unsigned Drivers)

    After you reboot with the protection disabled, you should be able to install Kinova Win7 driver on your Win10 computer.
    Drivers should be found in : “C:\Program Files (x86)\JACO2SDK\Drivers” if you did typical installation.

    If you have any issue, let me know, I will try to support you.

    #4399

    Dom3030
    Participant

    Hello,
    I would also like to have the 64bit Windows 10 driver. Is it possible to send them to me, or to send me a link?

    Thank you!

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