Wisp32 works on Vista PCs. However, the hardware driver RR.DLL that comes with Wisp32 doesn't work on NT based Windows systems (Win2000, XP, Vista - a "kernel driver" is the only way to get hardware access on these systems). So, you can use Wisp32 for data traffic, but for rotor and radio control you need to simultaneously run a software that works on NT based systems. 73s, Erich, DK1TB
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Message: Is Digital Disk with WISP32 Software a WISP that is tested on VISTA?
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