Old Antec Fusion VFD on Windows 7?

Discussion in 'Input/Output Interfaces' started by RobNorthcott, March 14, 2012.

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    Has anybody got the old style Antec Fusion VFD (case with no built-in IR) to work in Windows 7? Mine was fine on XP, but now I'm using W7 Pro 32 bit and I can't get it to work properly. If I install the driver in compatibility mode it works for a bit, but crashes on resume from standby.

    I thought the problem might be to do with the strange combination of USB and PSU power, but I've tried setting USB standby power on and off and it makes no difference.

    It's no big deal - I only used to use it to display the date and time anyway - but it would be nice to be able to use it again.

    Rob


     
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