- May 16, 2015
So I just received my Laserbee 3.7W USB, and I was so incredibly excited to finally get to measure my lasers with my own LPM, rather than driving across the US or shipping them off. Well, 2 hours in, I am incredibly frustrated. Upon installing the correct driver to my Windows 7 64-bit machine, I am informed by Windows that the driver that came on the CD is not digitally signed. I have searched and downloaded until I want to burn a hole straight through my computer(or the Laserbee). Nothing is working. This issue makes it so that the Comm Port menu within the Laserbee interface does not have anything to select. I am about to jump into the world of running a virtual machine, of which I know nothing about, just to attempt to get this thing working. If this doesn't work, I will be using Peregrine, I guess. I would really rather use the software that came with it, though. Anyone got any suggestions? Or calming words? Lol.