To install the display driver package, complete the following steps:
Before you begin
Note: Virtual machines do not support the flashing process, for example, those created with Hyper-V® or VMWare®.
- Remove the CE360 Critical Environment Display from the wall and ensure you connect it to a 24 VAC power source.
- Extract the downloaded CE360.zip file to a convenient location on your computer.
- Connect the computer to the CE360 display with a USB Type A to Micro USB-B data cable.
Open Device Manager > Universal Serial Bus
Controllers. Right-click the Android device and click
Update Driver > Browse my computer for
drivers > Browse. Go to the location
where you previously extracted the CE360.zip file in Step 1. Click
CE360 > Utility >
Driver. Click OK.
Note: In some cases, the device appears under the Universal Serial Bus Controllers section as Unknown USB Device (Device Descriptor Request Failed). In this case, right-click on the device and click Disable device. Right-click and click Enable device. The device then appears as an Android device.
- Select the Include Subfolders check box. Click Next. Install the drivers. Windows indicates a successful update when completed.