Here we go! A minor hitch with the driver install, but otherwise good news=)
I did a test-install of the device on my desktop first and discovered that I would need an additional .DLL file not included with the drivers:
- Installed the V1VD software
- Connected the V1VD hardware: Windows detected "V1 Virtual Display Device"
- When prompted for drivers, I selected the ones located in the software install's "\application\driver" directory
- Fired up the V1VD software and received a bunch of errors referring to being unable to find "ftd2xx.dll"
- Downloaded FTD2XX.DLL and copied it to %windir%\system32
- Fired up the V1VD software again, and voila, errors gone. =)
Then I discovered that I for some reason didn't have any four-conductor telephone cord , but a quick trip to Radio Shack solved that problem and let me test the V1VD on the way back.
Unfortunately it's raining and the stang is sloppy on anything other than dry road, so it was only a brief test, but the V1VD software pops up when it should, and appears to be displaying the correct amount of bogeys (an issue that I noticed when using SoftwareOne and the CT-29A cable previously).
Here's a really blurry shot of it in action: