Uninstalling older (pre v. 220.127.116.11) versions of EPICenter
|Follow the instructions below ONLY if there is/was an older version of EPICenter installed on your PC. Uninstall Control Center and/or EPICenter in Windows Control Panel first then follow these steps:|
|Step 1: Uninstall from device manager: Plug in EPIC USB. Navigate to device manager…Universal serial bus controllers. Find Composite device (may be more than one), right click properties, details, hardware IDs. EPIC USB is “VID_A2C0,” right click on the correct one. Uninstall the driver.
Step 2: Delete existing ‘inf’ and ‘pnf’ files: In Windows \inf directory (if this is hidden, unhide, different in different OS’s, for windows7 Computer: Open File Explorer, click C:, Tools, Folder Options…, click View tab, check “show hidden files and folders” and uncheck “hide extensions for known file types, click Apply” then search inf directory for OEM*.inf containing VID_A2C0 and delete the OEMxx.INF and OEMxx.PNF files found.
Step 3: Unplug EPICUSB. run EPICenter_1.401_Full.exe–make sure you select to install the driver when the question comes up.
Step 4: plug in EPICUSB; new hardware should be found and installed ok.
Step 5: REBOOT WINDOWS.
Step 6. After Restarting, run EPICenter and it should find EPICUSB0 under menu item “Tools/Hardware…/Load EEPROM” select and Open “USBW13BF.bin” Enter Checksum “13BF” and wait for Epicenter to update the EEPROM.