Originally Posted by geekmaster
Win 7 64 bit can only work if you reboot and select the option to allow unsigned device drivers. You can use details provided in the "simple debricking" thread, success reports (look for the link with the "64-bit win 7" comment.
Yes I know, but the problem I have is running ATK in a Windows XP SP3 on VMware. With XP I could solve the problem of drivers ((Windows 7 64 bit and authorizing drivers have not yet been run on ATK). @hawhill asked it because of the k3flasher method (I think so)
I'm reviewing at hawhill's unbricking procedure using the tool k3flasher from my vitualized Ubuntu, trying to keep the USB connection alive (my real problem) for flashing my bricked K3.