Windows Drivers Install video tutorial for Concept Board and EHsx Terminals | Thales IoT Developer Community
May 7, 2014 - 2:33pm, 91485 views
Hi, You can access to the video tutorial in the following link: Maximize the video to full screen for optimal view http://youtu.be/nielGLOWeS4 Regards Alopez
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Hello Antonio, I'm using the B80 starter Kit, and I don't need to install the drivers for the EHS6, this was because???
In case of B80 there are 2 USB ports: VCP which bridges the module's ASC0 lines over USB (and a dedicated driver is needed for it) and module's USB where you should install the Gemalto drivers like in the video. Maybe you've had the drivers already installed before.
Hi, is the EHS8 Installation CD and modem driver software compatible with Windows 10? It installs, but I cannot see any Cinterion hardware in the modem list. Also in the WTK, Eclipse Device Management doesn't find the "IMP_NG_EHS5_REMOTE1" device profile.
Generally you should be using the SDK version released and distributed as dedicated for your module which would be just the latest version you have received with your module from your distributor.
Windows 10 is not on the list of officially supported systems yet but it could also be used with success.
During the installation the debug connection is also installed. You should then have your module connected during this process. In the effect the debug connection should be visible in Windows Device Manager under Modems. If this succeeds "IMP_NG_EHS5_REMOTE1" should also be available in the IDE. You can also start the debug connection installer from Installer folder of install-cd package. Please try to reinstall it and let us know if this has succeeded.
Thanks for the reply Bartłomiej. I have it working on an older version of Windows.
I am new with this and I follow the instruction to connect with Gemalto concept board but not working with me.
I am using windows 10 and EHS6T USB. I really need help in this.