One of the nastiest things about upgrading your OS is probably driver support. A videocard or other device that you’ve gotten so used to, that you can’t get to work when updating your OS. This same problem is here when upgrading to Windows 7 when connecting the HDX-1000 to your PC using the USB slave cable.
Fortunately there is a fix. The obvious driver install doesn’t seem to work, but Windows 7 has a thing called Compatibility Mode, even for installation of drivers. First thing you need to do is read through this list. It explains how to connect to your HDX-1000/Popcorn Hour A-110 using the USB slave cable and installing the driver. If you, like me, are on Windows 7 and are having trouble installing the driver, read on.
To install the driver, save the file (download it here) to some location where you can easily find it. I’ve used my desktop. See the screenshots below.
I hope this tutorial has been helpful to you. Anyway, please feel free to leave a comment with your thoughts. And remember, if you’ve completed the steps above to install the driver, continue on with the great tutorial on NetworkedMediaTank.com.
Thanks and good luck!