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PostPosted: Tue May 15, 2012 10:18 am 
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If you are a Windows 7 user and experience a Code 10 issue after installing the Data Cable and drivers, please follow the workaround to resolve this:

http://currentcost.posterous.com/windows-7-64bit-code-10-workaround


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Thanks for this. I've been having intermitent code 10 problems for about a month after at least 6 months of working properly. I have both an Envi and a generic RS232 to USB (connecting my solar inverter) using the prolific driver. The RS232 has continued to work throughout but I have had code 10 on the Envi.

The procedure loaded driver 3.4.31.231 which works for the RS232 and for an Envi cable with a black plug. the envir cable with a white plug still gives code 10 errors. I have backed the driver out and reloaded 3.3.2.102 for that plug. Seems to be working OK with both drivers instaled.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2013 9:51 am 
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currentcost wrote:
If you are a Windows 7 user and experience a Code 10 issue after installing the Data Cable and drivers, please follow the workaround to resolve this:

http://currentcost.posterous.com/windows-7-64bit-code-10-workaround


I am having code 10 problems again after unplugging and replugging my USB connectors
The updated link from the OP is http://www.currentcost.net/Windows%207%2064bit%20Prolific%20Data%20Cable%20Drivers%20Code%2010%20Workaround.pdf

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