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    Default Custom x64 drivers?

    I was wondering if anybody has been able to make custom iPhone drivers for x64 windows, since Apple hasn't made any yet. Or if it would be possible to somehow convert the 32-bit drivers to work on x64 Windows.



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    Didn't Microsoft configure x64 Windows to refuse to install unsigned drivers? That means that after you've written your driver, you need to test the living daylights out of your code using the Windows Hardware Test Kit running on two dedicated testing machines for 24 hours or so, and then sign and submit the test logs to Microsoft. You have to pay $400 to Verisign for a Microsoft Authenticode Code Signing Certificate and another $100 to Microsoft for them to sign your driver under the WHQL program. That info may be dated, but the story was along those lines the last time I investigated.

    If I were you, I would set up a VM running 32-bit Windows.

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    I'm pretty sure you can disable driver signing checking, I've had to do it before installing beta and hacked drivers for my X-Fi sound card. I have XP 32-bit installed as well but I just find it quite annoying to switch between OS's just to sync my iPhone and then switch back

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    you can use unsigned drivers, just ignore the warning. I have done so for my scanner.

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    Do you know how to get this to work? I tried VMWare 6 and it won't work either. Apparently there is an issue that VMware is aware of and they are working on it. The 32bit guest OS (XP) sees the iPhone as a camera but iTunes won't detect it at all.

    So I was wondering if you know how to get this to work with a VM?

    Quote Originally Posted by Vaumnou View Post
    If I were you, I would set up a VM running 32-bit Windows.


 

 

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