Client error messages on Windows 7 64bit

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wlsx2003
Client error messages on Windows 7 64bit

Hi,
I'm testing the client on a Windows 7 64bit system. The client shows the available usb devices but when I try to use a device and install the drivers, as requested, I receive the following error messages,
The System Messages window shows the following messages

22:32:14 INFO :VirtualHere Client 2.8.1 starting (Compiled: Mar 21 2015 10:54:08)
22:32:14 INFO :Using config at C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Roaming\vhui.ini
22:32:14 INFO :IPC available at \\.\pipe\vhclient
22:32:14 INFO :Auto-find on

22:43:51 INFO :connect 192.168.101.1:7575 select timeout
22:43:57 INFO :Received IPC verb="IS SERVICE", arg=""
22:43:57 INFO :Received IPC verb="SHOW", arg=""
22:44:21 INFO :connect 192.168.101.1:7575 select timeout
22:44:51 INFO :connect 192.168.101.1:7575 select timeout
22:45:21 INFO :connect 192.168.101.1:7575 select timeout
22:45:51 INFO :connect 192.168.101.1:7575 select timeout
22:46:14 INFO :No drivers found, they will be installed
22:47:00 INFO :In file ../src/msw/window.cpp at line 577: 'SetFocus' failed with error 0x00000057 .
22:47:16 INFO :SetupDiEnumDeviceInterfaces failed
22:48:13 INFO :SetupDiEnumDeviceInterfaces failed
22:48:13 ERROR :Hub failed to open error, there is no more detail available. (0x00000103)
22:48:29 INFO :Drivers are up-to-date
22:48:29 INFO :SetupDiEnumDeviceInterfaces failed
22:48:30 INFO :SetupDiEnumDeviceInterfaces failed
22:48:30 ERROR :Hub failed to open error, there is no more detail available.(0x00000103)

Thank you in advance for your help.

Michael
Is it running as a service?

Is it running as a service? Or are you running it as a normal GUI?

wlsx2003
Hi,Michael.

Hi,Michael.
server is running on the openwrt
This is error message on Windows 7.Copy the following link to the IE address bar.
http://www.hwwl.net/upload/2015-04/temp_15040807485826.jpg
http://www.hwwl.net/upload/2015-04/temp_15040807496145.jpg

But on the second computer, it can be used normally.

Thank you again for your help.

Michael
Maybe there is some

Maybe there is some permission problem. could you try this:

open the command prompt then type

vhui64.exe -x

that will extract the drivers to the directory shown. Change to that directory and run dpinsts.exe

and see if that installs the drivers correctly.

wlsx2003
Problem has been solved

Problem has been solved
Thank you very much for your help.

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