Orca Usb_link Software Driver

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This guide should help you create an MSI to install device drivers onto a workstation using only freely available tools.

You will need

First you need to download the few tools needed for this. Download hsds driverpack. If this is your first time, be prepared for a lot of downloading. The Microsoft tools you need are quite small, but are irritatingly only included with much larger bundles of tools. Here's what you need:

  • An MSI authoring program. The Advanced Installer freeware version is used as the example for these instructions. Note that the paid-for version of Advanced Installer can do the entire process for you (except for the Trusted Publisher section).
  • The Orca MSI editor. You can find various downloads of this just by searching for it, but the latest version at the time of writing can be found bundled with the Windows SDK for Windows 7. You will need to download and install at least the 'Windows Development Tools' component. Once installed, you should find Orca.exe in C:Program FilesMicrosoft SDKsWindowsv7.0Bin.
  • The appropriate DIFxApp merge module for your platform (x86 or x64). Current latest version can be found in the (huge) Windows Driver Kit. Either mount the ISO download or extract it using 7-Zip, then install. You should then find the files you need under C:WinDDK7600.16385.win7_rtm.090713-1255redistdifxdifxappenglishmergemod
  • The drivers you want to install!
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Process

  1. Extract drivers so that the Setup Information (.inf) file is available.
  2. Author a new MSI package in Advanced Installer to install the extracted files to a directory in Program Files.
  3. Open the built MSI in Orca.
  4. Go to Tools > Merge Module.
  5. Import the platform-appropriate DIFxApp merge module from the directory created earlier by the DIFxApp installer:
    • x86: x86difxapp.msm
    • x64: amd86difxapp.msm
  6. Accept any Merge Conflict errors in the _Validation table.
  7. In the File table, find the row containing the driver's .inf file and copy the value from the Component_ column.
  8. In the MsiDriverPackages table, add a new row. Paste the copied value from the File table into the Component field. Sequence can be left blank.
    • If you are installing only drivers in this MSI, you can set Flags to 4 to avoid having two different entries in Add/Remove Programs. If installing as part of another software package, set to 0. Also see special functionality as described in the schema.
  9. Save the MSI, test, and deploy using your normal method (my preference is for GPO Software Installation)

Set up the Trusted Publisher for the drivers

If the drivers are not signed by Microsoft (i.e. WHQL certified), you may need to extract the signing certificate for use as a Trusted Publisher:

  1. Select the .cat file for the drivers, right-click, and select Properties.
  2. Click the Digital Signatures tab.
  3. Select the signer name and click Details.
  4. Click View Certificate.
  5. Select the Details tab and click Copy to File.
  6. Follow the prompts to save as a DER encoded .cer file.
  7. You must then import this certificate into the Trusted Publishers store of each machine receiving the MSI. This is most easily achieved via Group Policy (import the certificate into Computer Configuration -> Policies -> Windows Settings ->Security Settings -> Public Key Policies -> Trusted Publishers).

Notes

  • For further details, consult the Microsoft documentation on Authoring a Windows Installer Installation Package By Using DIFxApp.msm.
  • Multiple .inf files can be installed in the same package, but each .inf file must have different values in the Component_ column of the File table. Since this is not always the case in the freeware version of Advanced Installer, it is not recommended. Each set of drivers must also be installed in a separate folder, i.e. only one .inf file per folder.
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HCImage

  • go to https://hcimage.com
  • Operating systems supported: Windows 7/8.1/10 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • HCImage is Hamamatsu’s core image processing and image analysis software designed to solve a wide range of scientific and industrial imaging applications.
  • Support all Hamamatsu DCAM compatible cameras with all their features
  • Support a wide range of hardware devices

LabVIEW

  • Operating systems supported: Windows 7/8.1/10 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • The LabVIEW driver allows for maximum control of image acquisition for LabVIEW software. It supports both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of LabVIEW.
  • Supported hardware: Fusion, Flash 4, ImagEM X2, ORCA (all models), C8484, C8800, C9100, DCAM-API. This driver supports only B/W cameras.
  • Before using this software please
    • use the latest DCAM-API drivers
    • use LabVIEW 2011 or higher for Windows
    • confirm intended operation with NI’s LabVIEW
    • Read the release notes

MATLAB®

  • Operating systems supported: Windows 7/8.1/10 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • This MATLAB® Image Acquisition Toolbox Support Package for Hamamatsu Hardware allows to acquire video and images from Hamamatsu cameras (MATLAB® R2020a and higher)
  • Required Products: MATLAB®, Image Acquisition Toolbox
  • Before using this software, please install the latest DCAM-API drivers
  • Read the release notes

HoKaWo

  • Operating systems supported: Windows 7/8.1/10 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • A general-purpose image acquisition software, supporting all Hamamatsu DCAM compatible cameras with all their features
  • This software has an emphasis towards an easy user interface and includes all basic functions required to acquire and process images including contrast enhancement or pseudo-coloring, image sequence acquisition
  • Up to three cameras can by operated simultaneously with the multicamera plugin

HiPic

  • Operating systems supported: Windows 7/8.1/10 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • A general-purpose image acquisition software, supporting virtually all features of Hamamatsu CCD cameras (digital and analog)
  • All DCAM supported cameras except color cameras
  • It has a special emphasis towards X-ray, TDI and physics applications and has remote control feature via TCP-IP even across different computer platforms

HiPic/Spectro

  • Operating systems supported: Windows 7/8.1/10 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • Based on our renowned HiPic general-purpose imaging software, HiPic/Spectro is specially designed for spectroscopic applications. It controls not only Hamamatsu sensor modules such as Mini-Spectrometers, but also spectrographs, pulse generators, image intensifiers and Hamamatsu cameras which are suitable for spectroscopic measurements.

HPD-TA

  • Operating systems supported: Windows 7/8.1/10 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • A dedicated software for streak systems, supporting all Hamamatsu streak camera models, most CCD camera models, and a variety of other popular peripherals like spectrographs and delay generators
Additional software options are available visit our global site, www.hamamatsu.com to learn more.