;#version=1.0 driver gabell technology gb 50 29 Next click on and edit the below lines of code. You can change these lines as you wish but some of the following changing works for some drivers and not for others. They do follow the general changing as no matter what you do, some drivers catch you out and other drivers are mostly static. In particular, some drivers won’t work with the first line of code above, so that means changing this will also support some drivers that don’t support the one above
The file I saved is called RtlDriver.inf. The extension is recommended to avoid some problems. Now you can double click on the file and it should open up to a text editor box. Text editors are available if you download Notepad++. As noted, the driver is saved for Windows 7 but the same applies to Windows 10. Also note that there are three parts to the driver. You can click on one the letter of the word and the rest of the file will show when you do. I am going to show you how to edit the INF file as of now.
The driver was loaded through control panel under audio & video devices | Audio devices | Install a program... Choose \"Associated program\" and search \"driver gabell technology gb 50 29\". Click on \"driver gabell technology gb 50 29\" and install.
Driver programs were written in Microsoft Visual C++ using an IPython front end (http://ipython.org). For MEG experiments, the SWIFT software package (http://www.uvcdv.org/software.php) was used to trace and record brain and eye activity. 7211a4ac4a