> ... remove any FTD*.* files from the Windows directory.
--- forwarded from another member ---
I just went through removing failing FTDI drivers. Simply removing
files is incorrect and can lead to frustration. Files, folders and
the registry are involved.
Better, get FTClean.zip from http://www.FTDIChip.com . Unplug your
USB adapters and run FTClean.exe. Let it remove all FTDI devices,
then reboot and reinstall the current drivers (CDM v2.0.0, I think)
before reconnecting the adapters.
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