I was having the same problem. My JR-Programmer v2 drivers would not install in Windows 10. Then I looked in my J-Runner/JR-Programmer folder and it had a file called delold.bat. So I ran it and then my JR-Programmer started working when I reconnected it. Below is the list of commands in the bat file.im hVING ISSYUE WITH THE JR PROGRAMMER ON WINDOWS 10 I DID EVERYTHING FROM BCDEDIT TESTSIGNINH OFF TO BOOTLOADER ETC AND STILL NOTHING COMES UP ON MY DEVICE MANAGER??
del /p/f "C:\Windows\System32\drivers\PTLIBUSB0.SYS" del /p/f "C:\Windows\System32\PTLIBUSB0.DLL" del /p/f "C:\Windows\SYSWOW64\PTLIBUSB0.DLL"
This wasnt done by TX, the code was a program sponsored by TX, for TX products, but from what I understand, the program was the deveoper of the programs, and he/she chose to release the source on github. The code was then picked up by another developer, and updated, hince why it is unofficial.Before you answer it yourself whether TX does something for free, download (unofficial) JRunner V0.4 with support for new dash, xebuild 1.18 and DashLaunch 3.18.1
Which J-Runner are you running? There are a few of them in the wild, but the only one I know that works, other than the originals posted on this forum, is the updated version of the final official version, that I put out. There are no source changes, it just has updated XEbuild files, and dashlaunch. It also includes the files to make previous dash version.Hello,, everytime i run J-Runner it keeps returning Connection Error in Log and closes down, i have J-R Programmer V2, and this is the error im receiving in log.txt