01-29-2008 11:48 AM
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02-01-2008 01:47 PM
Note the current suggested steps:
1. Remove SetPoint
2. Rename C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\wdf01000.sys to something else (or delete the file)
3. Re-install SetPoint 4.00 (it will re-install the wdf01000.sys file as part of the install).
Post your results in that thread.
A note from ETD (one of the driver developers):
The SetPoint development team is actively investigating this driver installation problem.
In order to find the root cause and provide our users with a solution to this problem we need to get access to some of the log files created by Windows on your computers.
If you have successfully recovered from the SetPoint installation issue by deleting the WDF01000.SYS file or by following ThePreacher / rlowens INF trick, please send me a message and I'll explain to you which files and how to send them to us.