If you’re using USBTiny version 2 in Vista and having problems, try this driver signing tip from forum member grante – just keep in mind that it might be weird/risky… the hack that is, IT SEEMS A LITTLE SKETCHY – THIS IS A WARNING
Use this tool to sign the drivers with a test key and force windows to always boot in test mode. Works for me.
You can also try this – “Disable Driver Signing in Windows 7 Using Group Policy Editor“… we’ll try some/all of these out soon, for now – report back if you have anything to add!
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