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smile.gif yeah, computers can be exasperating at times! I'm working on and old old old lappy for a friend just now, did a reinstall of windows, and it kept crashing. Turns out it had a faulty ram chip. I've just ordered some for it, but it'll take a few weeks to get here.

Anyway, I'm glad you're learning stuff, that is the fun part for many. And just pop the numbers here if you can be bothered, and i'll have a wee look at what's about. From what I can see it all comes from the software suite, which seems to contain the latest firmware for the aquaero 6 anyway. it's here - http://www.aquacomputer.de/software.html So I dunno if we will find much more than that. But you might be surprised, and we might be able to customise a driver to at least read "Aquaero 6" in the USB list, so it's easy to identify. smile.gif

Take care

L.
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Originally Posted by latelesley View Post

From what I can see it all comes from the software suite, which seems to contain the latest firmware for the aquaero 6 anyway. it's here - http://www.aquacomputer.de/software.html So I dunno if we will find much more than that. But you might be surprised, and we might be able to customise a driver to at least read "Aquaero 6" in the USB list, so it's easy to identify. smile.gif

Take care

L.
Hehe nvm the aquasuite fixed it I've got something I can get it to update, and It was outdated but windows said device was up to date. Thank you for the link smile.gif
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