Tuesday, October 12, I use Rhapsody Music Service. Wednesday, July 16, 8: I ran upstairs, turned on my lyra, and realized I had yet another Vista nightmare on my hands. Now i can restore my computer.

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Monday, January 19, 9: Here’s a more robust way of swapping in the XP usbaudio. I apologize for the lyda. I just love using the darn thing and I hate to give it up. It worked for me. Thursday, November 12, 9: Sorry about the trouble.

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Friday, December 30, 5: Since I am having a similar problem. Sunday, September 26, 2: It was so cheap and works so well Saturday, May 19, I just realized that there are two people that was posting! Saturday, November 3, 5: Disabling this Windows security feature will also allow any other unsigned drivers on your system to run, so be aware of the potential hazard Friday, January 5, Friday, December 25, 6: Thank you for all your help and effort, now my LYRA works.


This is essentially a composed USB device: Hope you could help me find a solution. After several try’s, I was able to get your program to install. It did require a restart and a disconnect. I suspect that has changed for Windows 7.

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dr900wb Saturday, July 19, 7: Would manually dragging and dropping the 6. I know, I know I was so bummed when I found that Lyra and Vista weren’t compatible and equally bummed when I found that RCA has effectively disavowed a great and surprisingly simple product. Fortunately, Microsoft doesn’t require digitally signed drivers on bit Windows yet.

Sounds like a pain. I don’t think it would be too hard to do – I’ve already written the code to support the remote So anyway, the guy’s a jackass. Tuesday, December 2, 2: I’m not sure there’s anything we can do to prevent this, but maybe the embedded version info resource of the old XP driver could be tweaked to always look newer than the version coming in from the mothership. I would also assume that if you are running the home version of vista you may need to boot the OS in safe mode to get the security tab in order to change NTFS permissions.