Hi. I have just bought the NDS Adaptor plus, and it seems I have the same problem as others in this post:
I have W7 64 bits. I have downloaded the driver, and it does not install because it's not signed. Then I have downloaded the Driver Signature Enforcement Overrider, but again the same.
Then, looking at the video at the beginning of this post I have noticed that when the driver is signed (5'29''), a DOS windows appears, executing c:\windows\signtool.exe and the datetime of the .SYS file changes. In my PC this (the DOS screen and the data change) does not happen, and I have seen that signtool.exe is not in my system.
It seems that this is part of the Windows SDK, which needs the .NET Framework 4 to be installed. Then I have installed both, and now I have signtool.exe in my system, but when I execute again DSEO, the same (nothing) happens, and the driver remains unsigned.
I have enabled test mode, run as administrator, disabled UAC and disabled antivirus, but I cannot sign the driver.
Any idea of what is happening ?. Or perhaps which is the exact command to execute with signtool.exe to sign the driver ?
I just follow the instructions on the DSEO website, seems you know more about this case then us.......
By the way, this method works on a new installed win7 64bit, I didn't need to install .NET Framework 4 in my previous installations. I am sorry that we don't have any good idea about this, you may consider to test it on a new installed win7 64 bit. Thanks.
Hey guys, I'm having the same problems as Code Slasher and the others were with signing the driver. Windows isn't even recognizing the .sys files included in the download at the top of the page. Can anyone send me the trel files/help me fix my problem?
My email is email@example.com. Please, if you have a fix send me an email. I really want to use this on my computer that runs 64 bit Windows and NOTHING is working (I've followed the tutorials, disabled my antivirus, EVERYTHING).
I finally got my NDS Adapter Plus driver installed on my Win7 64-bit system through the modified file. Unfortunately, it is not being recognized by the transfer software; which one should I be using? Also, I've noticed that the device is recognized as "EMS Inter-Link Cable," and not the NDS Adapter Plus. Is that right?
Following the instructions in the first post, Windows 7 64 bit failed to recognize the driver. After modifying the .inf file as described by Trel (uncomment ClassGUID and add a blank [ClassInstall32]), the driver is recognized and installed.