mouse problems

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by holmslaw, 30 Aug 2011.

  1. krisdorey

    krisdorey

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    Thanks. So You could code an EAP-TLS with proprietary functionality as long as this proprietary "stuff" did not interfere with the EAP-TLS standard.

    When we coded the drivers they would register a class root and then a class id for the device in the registry.

    So I think the only way to delete such entries would be if you could determine the class id for the "wrong" device" and delete it from Class Root.
     
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  3. Monkeh

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    'uninstalling' the device should be sufficient. If it's not, as I said, it's been a long while since I've had to dig that deep. There's probably a utility out there for it, there's one for removing calibration profiles (because Windows is unsurprisingly incapable of maintaining calibration on a device).
     
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