Downloading Wibu Dongle Drivers

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Blake Gregory
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Downloading Wibu Dongle Drivers

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When downloading WIBU drivers for use with 12d Model.

Only use the drivers found on the 12d website or the 12d Model CD/DVD.

These drivers have been tested and work with all current OS's.

Anybody with problems with their drivers should contact the relevant 12d Support portal.

The version 6 (6.0b) drivers on the WIBU Website have problems and should not be used.
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WIBU SUPPORT

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Here are the official wibu support instructions for removing the drivers for a clean install.


To clean up your WibuKey installation please do the following:
- Plug out all WibuBoxes.
- Open the WibuKey Tool in the Control Panel and go to the page "Installation".
- Press the button "Plug & Play" and reset the Plug&Play mechanism.
- Uninstall the WibuKey driver using "Add/Remove Programs" in the Control Panel.
- Open the folder [%systemroot%\inf] in the windows explorer.
- Search within all "oem*.inf" files for the search term "WIBU". Delete all corresponding pnf files (e.g. you found oem345.inf, delete oem345.pnf) and the inf file itself.
- check if in the folder C:\Windows\System32\drivers or C:\Windows\SysWOW64\drivers the files Wibukey*.sys are removed, if not remove them manually.
- Restart the computer.

Now you are ready to make a clean installation of WibuKey:
- After reboot reinstall the WibuKey driver. Ensure to have administrative rights. Don't plug in any WibuBox!
- After installation has finished plug in the WibuBox.
- The "New Hardware found" dialog will appear and install the new hardware automatically since our driver is certified (since WibuKey Runtime version 5.0)

Now everything should work as expected.
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