We provide nightly Windows installers for sigrok-cli and PulseView (require Windows XP or higher). Please test and report any issues you encounter.
In order to use libsigrok (via a sigrok frontend) on Windows, you need to install the proper driver for the respective device.
If your device is connected through a (virtual) COM port, libsigrok doesn't need a special driver. Please install the driver as provided by the manufacturer. If you are unsure, you can check if your device appears at the "Ports (COMLPT)" section of the Windows Device Manager.
Device specific USB driver
The device specific USB driver shipped with the vendor software is not going to work in almost all cases. You will need to install the WinUSB driver.
For installing the WinUSB driver you can use the Zadig executable from the libwdi project. There are two versions, one for Windows XP (zadig_xp.exe), and another one for all other (Vista or higher) supported Windows versions (zadig.exe). Both 32 and 64 bit Windows versions are supported.The sigrok-cli and PulseView installers ship with both Zadig executable files for convenience and they're available from the Windows "Start" menu (the Zadig *.exe files themselves are located in the installation directory of the respective application).
If you already installed the vendor driver previously, you need to run Zadig and switch to the WinUSB driver (see above). There's no need to uninstall or deactivate the vendor driver manually, Zadig will handle all of this.
Note: For some devices (such as the Hantek 6022BE, for example) you might have to assign the WinUSB driver via Zadig twice: the first time for the initial USB VID/PID the device has when attaching it via USB, and a second time after the firmware has been uploaded to the device and the device has "renumerated" with a different VID/PID pair.
See also the Zadig wiki page for more information.
The Windows installers ship with all firmware files that are either open-source or where we have permission from the vendor to distribute them. Some devices will need other firmware which we cannot redistribute though. See the wiki page for the respective device on how you can extract those firmware files from the vendor's software.
You'll need to copy the extracted files into the firmware subfolder of the respective installation directory of sigrok-cli or Pulseview, e.g. C:\Program Files\sigrok\sigrok-cli\firmware or C:\Program Files\sigrok\PulseView\firmware.
The Windows installers ship with example dump files (from our sigrok-dumps repository), which are located in the examples subdirectory of the install directory of sigrok-cli and PulseView.
These files can be used to conveniently test various frontend features and protocol decoders, and so on.
Limitations and TODOs
See the list of currently known Windows issues in Bugzilla.
I cannot start sigrok-cli or PulseView: error Oxc0150002
This happens if you don't have the Microsoft Visual C 2010 Redistributable Package installed. Usually this is already installed on most machines since various other software packages also need this. If you didn't yet install it (or no other software package automatically installed it for you) you will see the Oxc0150002 error and sigrok-cli and/or PulseView will not start.
The root cause for this is that the above download will install the otherwise missing file msvcr100.dll (and possibly others) which is required for running sigrok frontends. The requirement is imposed by python34.dll to be more specific, which we use/need for running protocol decoders.
Please download the Microsoft Visual C 2010 Redistributable Package and install it, that should fix the issue and allow you to start sigrok-cli and/or PulseView.
My device is not found or usable (USB/driver/firmware/hardware issues)
If a libsigrok frontend such as sigrok-cli or PulseView doesn't seem to find your device, that could have multiple reasons:
- You need to place the proper firmware and/or FPGA bitstream file(s) for your device (if any) into the respective directory where the frontend expects them. See above for details.
- You need to install the correct vendor driver and/or use Zadig to assign the WinUSB driver to your device. See above for details.
- Be careful into which USB port you plug the device. Windows assigns drivers to USB devices based on their serial number, and as a fallback (if the device doesn't have a USB serial number) it assigns drivers per USB port. That means (for example) that if you assigned the WinUSB driver using Zadig while your device was attached to a certain physical USB port, that assignment will not be available when you plug the same device into another USB port! You'll have to do the WinUSB driver assignment again (using Zadig) for that new USB port!
- If you use certain inexpensive FX2-based logic analyzers, please do not use the USB cable that they shipped with. Those USB cables seem to be of a consistently very bad quality and cause all kinds of strange issues. Use another USB cable of which you are sure that it is working well.
Building from source
Note: This should generally not be necessary for users, please just use the provided nightly installers (see above).
Cross-compile using MXE
If you really want to build from source, we recommend you use the sigrok-cross-mingw script from the sigrok-util repository (that uses MXE) to cross-compile the Windows binaries on a Linux system.
Native builds are generally not supported by us! Yes, they can work in theory (see below), but it means a lot of hassle compared to a cross-compile using the above script, and native builds are not really well-tested by us.
Native build using MSYS2
If you do want to build the sigrok subprojects natively on a Windows system (instead of using the cross-compile method, see above) we recommend you use MSYS2. More information is available on the MSYS2 introduction and the MSYS2 installation pages.
Please read our README for details on how to set up MSYS2 in general, how to install the sigrok dependencies, and so on.
Then, use our sigrok-native-msys2 script to build all required software components.
- This is still work in progress, not all parts are fully working, tested, or supported yet. Patches welcome!
- Working: libusb (special branch), libserialport, libsigrok, libsigrokcxx, libsigrokdecode, sigrok-firmware, sigrok-firmware-fx2lafw.
- NOT yet working: libsigrok Python/Ruby/Java bindings, sigrok-cli, sigrok-cli NSIS installer, PulseView, PulseView NSIS installer.
- Currently, the main missing parts in MSYS2 are static builds for libzip and Python. Once those are available, we should be able to build all sigrok subprojects natively via MSYS2.
Native build using the old MinGW MSYS
Not supported by us. Please use one of the methods described above.
Native build using Cygwin
Not supported by us. Please use one of the methods described above.
Native build using Borland/Embarcadero C Builder
Not supported by us. Please use one of the methods described above.
Native build using Microsoft Visual Studio
Not supported by us. Please use one of the methods described above Additional Files
USB flash drive - Wikipedia
SARDU is another nice Windows based Multiboot USB Creator that can also be used to create Multiboot CD/DVD's. Created by Davide Costa, SARDU enables you to create a Multiboot UFD containing your basic essential Utilities, Antivirus, and Windows XP/7 Installers. On top of that, SARDU offers the built in ability to Defragment your USB Drive, and burn an ISO to CD/DVD.
SARDU – Another Multiboot USB Creator for Windows
Authors Website: http://www.sarducd.it
Simple usage example to create a Multiboot USB:
- Download Unzip and Run latest version of SARDU
- (1) Click the ISO Icon to select the folder containing your ISO's (2) Select your USB Drive (3) Click the USB Icon to Create the Multiboot USB
- Restart your PC, setting your BIOS or Boot Menu to boot from the Flash Drive. Proceed to boot from the USB and enjoy BitDefender 2013 Patch
Setup Factory - Windows Installer Builder - Indigo Rose .
Simply download, and run as administrator.
Simply download, mount dmg, run installer and enter password when prompted with SD card inserted.
Download, and run as root with SD card inserted and unmounted.
Note: Must run in X11 session
Note: for 32 bit linux, use the 32 bit installer
- A Raspberry Pi computer Model B 512MB or Model B 512MM or a Model B2 1024MB, Pi 3 or Pi Zero
- A case to protect your Raspberry Pi (optional)
- A 4GB Class 10 SD (Model B) or MicroSD (Model B and B2 or better) card with compatible reader or better
- A USB micro power supply (should be at least 2A at 5v, if you experience crashing it’s probably because you have a bad power supply or poor quality USB power cable)
- An HDMI cord
- A remote control see our FAQ for ways to control rasplex
Please kindly report any issues you encounter against the github repo
They will handle:
- Downloading the latest (or any selected) version of RasPlex for either the RPi1 (Raspberry Pi B 512 or B , Pi Zero) or RPi2 (for Raspberry Pi B2 1024, Pi 3)
- Flashing it to SD card
If these installers do not work for you, you can use our legacy download instructions.
Want to help
The installers are open source, and available on github MICROSOFT OFFICE 2010 PUBLISHER X86 [thethingy]Thanks Patrik for getting the ball rolling on this!
If you have ideas to improve them, but can’t help code, post the in the forums!
WinToFlash [The Bootable USB Creator] Home
Many times we need to install fresh Windows or a Linux distro in a computer system but we don't have access to a working CD/DVD drive. Sometimes the computer system doesn't have any CD/DVD drive attached or sometimes the drive might be faulty or can't read your setup disc.
Then what to do in such situation How to install Windows or Linux in the system without a working CD/DVD drive Here comes bootable USB drive to the rescue!
You can create a bootable USB drive to install Windows or Linux in your computer system. It'll allow you to boot your system using it and then it'll run the OS setup just like you do with a CD or DVD.
There are also many other benefits in installing Windows or Linux using a bootable USB drive. It makes the OS installation faster as it takes less time in copying the files from USB to hard disk compared to a CD/DVD. Also there is no need to worry about scratches or "can't copy files" error messages in case of a USB drive which we always do while installing the OS using a CD or DVD.
But creating a bootable USB drive is not very easy task. You need to run a few commands and need to follow a few steps to make it working. That's why we have shared lots of free software in past to create bootable USB drives to install Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2003, Server 2008 and many Linux distro like Ubuntu, Fedora, Linux Mint, Mandriva, etc.
For your convenience, we are putting all these free tools together in this single place so that you don't need to waste your time in searching for them.
So without wasting time lets share all freeware which help you in creating bootable USB drives to install Windows and Linux:
A Bootable USB:
"A Bootable USB" is an AskVG exclusive free tool which allows you to create bootable USB drive to install Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7 and later operating systems.
Download A Bootable USB
Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool:
"Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool" is an official freeware from Microsoft which allows you to create a bootable USB drive to install Windows 7 and later. It also allows you to create bootable DVD.
Download Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool
"Rufus" is a small and portable tool which allows you to format and create bootable USB drives for Windows and Linux OS. The most impressive thing about this tool is its interface. It looks very close to default format window which is shown by Windows whenever you try to format a hard disk partition or a USB drive.
Setup from USB:
"Setup from USB" is a free tool to convert your USB flash drive into Windows Vista or Windows 7 bootable setup disk. You can make your USB drive as bootable and setup Windows Vista or Windows 7 on any computer that supports booting from USB.
Download Setup from USB
"WinToFlash" is a free software to create bootable USB drives for Windows XP, Server 2003, Vista, Server 2008 and 7 setup. WinToFlash can also transfer your live CD or DVD to USB card.
"XBoot" is a free utility for creating Multiboot USB drives or ISO image files. XBoot can combine ISO files in to one Multiboot ISO file or create Multiboot USB in just few clicks.
Win32 Disk Imager:
"Win32 Disk Imager" is a free utility available for Windows which can be used for writing and restoring images to/from removable drives (USB drives, SD Memory cards, etc). It can be used to write bootable images to a usb drive, making it bootable.
Download Win32 Disk Imager
That's all for now guys. If you know about any other good and free tool to create bootable USB drive for Windows or Linux, please feel free to share it in your comment. Also let us know your valuable feedback about the above mentioned freeware...
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How to Install Windows 7 with only USB 3.0 Ports
Do you have a Windows CD or DVD, but can’t use your optical drive to install the operating system (OS) on your new computer Or maybe you’re concerned about CD/DVD rot and just want to create a backup.
Instead of a disc, you can use a USB drive to install Windows. Flash drives are smaller, have more storage, and can be used to install multiple OSs — if you use the right technology.
Here is how to create a bootable USB drive, instead of using a Windows CD.
Benefits of a USB Drive
There are several situations where USB drive installation media is beneficial:
- You can easily create backup installation media.
- Significantly faster installation rate vs regular installation media.
- Keep original installation media in pristine condition.
- Easy to carry multiple operating systems on a single USB drive.
Our relationship with Windows CDs and DVDs has changed, too. For instance, Windows 10 is available for sale on a USB drive. Discs are still available but are no longer the only method of installation. Furthermore, newly purchased hardware usually comes with an OS pre-installed. Consequently, some users never actually use or even see installation media.
Copying Your Disc with WinToFlash
USB drives are all very well and good, but you still need a copy of your Windows installation disc. In the past, it involved manually copying files, opening the process up to mistakes. However, we can easily automate that process using WinToFlash. The WinToFlash Personal Edition will create a bootable USBdirectly from your Windows installation media.
Download and install WinToFlash Personal Edition. Once installed, open WinToFlash. You will have to accept a EULA, and view a non-intrusive advert. Open the Advanced mode tab.
Select Transfer Windows Vista/7/8/10 setup to a USB drive. Set your Windows setup file path. Next, select the USB drive you’d like to install to. Finally, press Run.
Please note the selected USB drive will be formatted during the process, so back up any important files!
WinToFlash also has multiboot support. You can build a customized bootable USB drive filled with Linux distros, recovery disks, and other handy tools. The only limit is the size of your USB drive.
Head back to the Advanced mode tab and select Create Multiboot USB Drive. On the next screen, select Add. This opens the Add new item panel. Like other multiboot USB drive tools, WinToFlash has a long list of potential tools. Scroll down the list and select a tool.
The option to Download selected ISO now will appear. Choose this option to download the latest version of the selected tool or OS. Alternatively, you can select and add ISOs already stored on your computer.
Complete your selection and select Run.
Please note that WinToFlash Lite will only allow two ISOs on your multiboot. I’ve curated a comprehensive list of multiboot USB toolsthat do the job much better, and without restriction.
WinToFlash is great for making a bootable USB from your physical installation media. But in this day and age, many users eschew the traditional and head straight to the internet, keeping it digital.
The Microsoft Media Creation Tool has made the process of downloading Windows ISOs that much easier. Accordingly, the Media Creation Tool automatically downloads an ISO to your specification, eliminating the need for copying physical media to your computer, then onto your USB drive.
Download and run the Media Creation Tool. Accept the licensing agreement. Select Create installation media for another PC.
Next, select the language, edition, and architecture of your OS. The Media Creation Tool offers recommended settings. However, if you are downloading an ISO for a different system, you may need to change these settings.
The next page has two options: USB flash drive or ISO file. The latter creates an ISO file from the details entered on the previous page. This can be installed to a USB drive using alternative software, such as Rufus. In this instance, select USB flash drive, then Next. Now, choose your USB drive and create the installation media. It will download the latest version of Windows 10, so it could take a moment.
I find downloading an ISO extremely handy. Then I can create as many USB installation drives as I want without having to complete this process again. I’ve given a short tutorial below on how to create Windows installation media using Rufus.
Please note there is a separate tool for Windows 8.1. It follows a very similar process to the one detailed above.
Those searching for a Windows 7 ISO must have their license key at the ready. Head to the Windows 7 Disc Images page and follow the instructions.
A Quick Rufus Tutorial
I’m going to quickly show you how to create a bootable USB drive using Rufus. Rufus is a handy tool that “helps format and create bootable USB flash drives.” It is very simple, and gets the job done — a great combination!
Head to the Rufus website and download the latest version of the utility. Once downloaded, run the program. Under Device, set the USB drive you’d like to install to. Next, select the small disc icon and browse to the Windows ISO you would like to create installation media for. Set a new volume label if you desire, but it isn’t necessary. Select Start, and let Rufus take care of business.
Can I Boot From USB
This is a very common question. It is largely system specific but can be altered by the user via the BIOS. This is controlled by the boot sequence.
Your system will usually seek to boot from wherever your OS is installed. The drive containing your main OS will be the first option in the boot sequence. It is possible to manually override this, instead of booting from a USB drive containing new installation media.
BIOS configurations are different for each manufacturer. I would suggest searching the internet for “[hardware manufacturer] BIOS tutorial/boot sequence.”
Ready to Install
You’re now ready to create a bootable USB drive for Windows 10, 8.1, and 7Windows 7 UltimateJust remember to write down your license codes and keep them in a safe place! . This installation process should speed up your next clean installation, while giving you chance to get rid of some of those pesky old discs
Do you keep your Windows installation discs handy Or have we seen the back of traditional installation media What is on your multiboot USB drive Let us know your thoughts below!
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