Ok, uncompressed the drivers are now only 11Mb for the whole package. That includes x86 and amd64 platforms (they need different versions but it is all automatic).
I have gotten the driver fully functional now on both Vista and XP SP2.
If any one wants to be a guinea pig and try the new driver on their system let me know. As of now you wont be able to communicate with the brain after you install the driver because the interface is still coming. But if it installs without producing an error (usually code 39), then it is a success. To get the brain working again, you will need to uninstall the new driver and put back the old driver until the new version of software comes out.
Believe me when I say I am working around the clock on this. I have even gone as far as hiring a coder with more hardware experience to get it done, and they gave up and left me with nothing either. Uni, work, and this is making for a tight schedule, but hour not spent in class, at work, or on homework, is spent coding for this. (Well maybe 20mins a day of some GTA3 SA. )
If you want to be a driver tester let me know and I will post the driver for you to try out.