64 Bit Driver for Webster for Polyvision TS 600 – need solution

Logging this in a hope someone can help Patrick with a query that he has.
Here is his email and summary of his issue.

If anyone can help please add comments…

Brief summary of the Software/Driver:

Polyvision uses a software/driver package called Webster.  This enables the user to interface with a whiteboard and capture whatever was written on the board.  Then the user can further manipulate what was on the whiteboard.
According to Polyvision it is not compatibles with Windows 7 64bit.

Brief summary of the Problem:

Webster does not work.  Polyvision then told me to use, PolyVision Driver v2.3.1 Windows msi (English) (http://www.polyvision.com/support/downloads).

The problem with this is driver is designed to work with a projector and not standalone like Webster.  This is a big issue because most of our users do not need the projector capability.


Is it possible to either fix Webster to be compatible with Win7 64 or enhance the driver v2.3.1 to work without the projector?

About taffybach

Author of the young adult fantasy novel series, The Portal Chronicles, including The Spider Gem and The Shimmering Gate. When not writing and promoting Taff runs a small IT support company, LITES PC based in Bourne UK.
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One Response to 64 Bit Driver for Webster for Polyvision TS 600 – need solution

  1. jdm13 says:

    i realy i dont know because i dont have and never use so i cant test it.. but you can try
    the driver’s must be singed at 64 system’s to pass that and test if its work when the system starts press F8 to show you then boot up options .choose disable driver signature( something like that its the last otption ) now you can install unsing drivers, test it.. but remeber at every restart you have to make this selection ( you can make it permatly but its other story .. )

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