The same drivers
still work for Windows 8, however in x64 (which is what everyone will probably install anyway) you will either need to disable the driver
signing check completely or sign the drivers yourself.
If you want to sign the drivers yourself (it's quite easy!), I recommend following this guide here
. Some pointers:
- When making your own cert using makecert, add the -pe parameter so that you can export the private key of the certificate as well (useful for installing these drivers again on a different PC in the future)
- You can find the makecert, Inf2cat and signtool tools in the Windows SDK
and the Windows Driver Kit
. You don't need to install everything! Just check the "Tools" in both the web installers will do.
- Some changes in the INF are needed so that the Inf2cat doesn't screw you up. I've already made the necessary changes, so go grab the new INF here
(x64 only sorry)
The 320U's still rocking in Win8 x64! This thing's living way too long.