x64 Driver Signing Revisited | Cypress Semiconductor
x64 Driver Signing Revisited
I know that the subject of using the CyUsb driver has been broached many times because I've been through all the posts.
Despite all the information I thought I understood, it's still clear as mud to me. So much so that I'm beginning to wonder if any one has a working X64 driver for their Cypress USB device. I've tried driver signing using Verisign but have not been able to get Windows 7-64 to accept my driver.
A formal written step-by-step guide to creating a working x64 driver would be awesome. Is there such a thing?
I've seen numerous posts on Cypress and Microsoft web sites about needing or not needing WHQL certification. One post even mentioned using DPInst.exe as an alternative to PnP installation which supposedly avoided any WHQL requirement . So, is it really needed?
The definition of insanity is "doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results" and I'm borderline at this point.
Your help is GREATLY APPRECIATED!