No I did not as I did not want to run another version of Windows that chews up more resources although if I have to I will. I am looking at it right now but the other option is to wait for Magicjack to create a compatible driver
or run a older computer of mine for the use of the Magicjack. I love Windows 7 but I just wanted this out there so Microsoft might see it and make a change as I hate seeing a OS not recognize hardware correctly ... then again it may be all Magicjacks' problem. I am not sure but Microsoft wants feedback so I am trying to feed them some. The Magicjack has large sales numbers so it is not like it is a unknown entity and so Microsoft should be aware of it. Just my opinion.