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Along with the update, we’ve received some feedback from Spooky2 customers failing to install Generator Drivers on Windows7 Operation Systems. Thanks for Scott Markowitz’s sharing. Scott contacted Driver Technical Company and got a solution for this technical issue. Here is his instruction for Windows7 users:
Some 64-bit Windows7 Operation systems are unable to install the latest drivers (after August 2018). Users will see a yellow exclamation point when viewing Device Manager:
The problem is caused by either an outdated Windows7, or if the latest Security Update is not installed.
“Now, SHA-1 is a legacy cryptographic hash that is no longer secure, Microsoft is weeding out the SHA-1 certificate and migration to SHA-2, also to warn consumers about the risk of using an SHA-1 certificate. All digital certificates of drivers after August 2018, have been added the sha-2 (SHA256) algorithm, resulting some outdated Windows 7 do not recognize sha-2certificate.”
Windows 7 SP1: Install the latest Security Update
Security Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB3033929):
After downloading and installing the Security Update, 64-bit Windows 7 can install the new drivers successfully.
Windows 7 but not SP1: First Upgrade to Windows 7 SP1
Note that Service Pack 1 (SP1) must be installed before installing this security update.
SecurityUpdate (KB3033929) is used for Windows7 SP1(Service Pack 1). If your Operation System is Windows 7, it must first be upgraded to Windows 7 SP1.
Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 (KB976932):
After SP1 is upgraded successfully, follow the procedures above to complete the installation of the latest Security Update, so the new drivers can be installed on 64-bit Windows 7 Operation Systems successfully.