The Dell E6410 has known issues with IRQ and I/O Range assignment with our drivers.
The following steps should resolve your issue:
- You need to make sure that you are using version 4.4 or later of our drivers.
The drivers are available on our website at the following location: www.kvaser.com/support/downloads
Set the Download Type to Drivers
The second item in the Results list should be Kvaser Drivers for Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Windows 7
You must have administrator rights when you install the driver.
You can confirm the driver version you are using by running the Kvaser Hardware Configuration program and checking the CANLib version on the About tab.
The Kvaser Hardware Configuration program can be found on your PC at:
Start -> Programs -> Kvaser CAN Drivers -> Kvaser Hardware Configuration
- Next, you will need to run:
dell_e6410.reg which is found in the driver install directory:
\Program Files\Kvaser\Drivers\ and reboot your computer.
These step should hopefully resolve this issue, please let us know if it doesn’t.