CD7220 CUSTOMER DISPLAY OPOS DRIVER DOWNLOAD

This will tell you if you have a 32 or 64 bit installation of Windows. Windows 8 Guide – First Things First If you are running Windows 7, we need to know if you are running a bit or bit version: Windows 7 Guide – First Things First This section is for users who have 32 bit Windows 8 , if you are using 64 bit Windows 8 please select the bit tab above. Your Partnertech CD pole display drivers are now installed and ready for use with Easify. Now type the word system and select See if you have a bit or bit version of Windows.

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The next step is to find out which COM port the display has been assigned in windows so that you can enter this into Easify.

Now type the word system and select See if you have a bit or bit version of Windows On this next screen you can find the information you cdd7220 after, as highlighted below in what my computer came up with. Now type the words device manager and select Device Manager from the search results.

Easify Help – Installing a PartnerTech CD Pole Display

On this next screen you can find the information you are after, as highlighted below in what my computer came up with. If you are running Windows 7, we need to know if you are running a bit or bit version: This help article refers to Easify V4, for earlier versions of Easify click here. This will tell you if you have a 32 or 64 bit installation of Windows. The next section will didplay how to set the pole display up with Easify This section is cd720 users who have bit Windowsif you are using bit Windows please select the bit tab above.

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Now cusotmer the word system and select See if you have a bit or bit version of Windows. This guide is available in two versions, one for Windows 7 and one for Windows 8 or later.

Windows 8 Guide – First Things First Is your computer bit or bit? This section is for users who have 32 bit Windows 8if you are using 64 bit Windows 8 please select the bit tab above. Simply purchase the service via our online shopand we will contact you ASAP to arrange a convenient time to get your hardware up and running.

Installing a PartnerTech CD7220 Pole Display

In Windows, click the start key on your keyboard or the start button located in the bottom left of the screen. If you get this Device Setup screen, just wait for it to complete or click the Close button. If you get a warning that the CD device driver software was not successfully installed, this is perfectly normal and the error can be ignored.

If you have 64 bit Windows 8 you can download the partnertech CD bit Windows 8 drivers here. If you are running Windows 8, we need to know if you are running a bit or bit version:. Make sure there is a tick in the Enable Pole Display check box.

Note You can save the driver and extract it to another location such as your downloads folder if you prefer. Windows 7 Guide – First Things First If you are running Windows 8, we need to know if you are running a bit or bit version: If you get a prompt telling you to plug in your USB pole display you can do so now.

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Now that you have the pole display plugged in and the drivers installed, the pole display will light up and display the CD rolling demo. If you get a warning about the driver publisher, choose the option Install this driver software anyway. Again, if you get a warning about the driver publisher, choose the option Install this driver software anyway.

Your Partnertech CD pole display drivers are now installed and ready for use with Easify. This section is for users who have bit Windows 8if you are using bit Windows please select the bit tab above. If you have 32 bit Windows 8 you can download the partnertech CD 32 bit Windows 8 drivers here.

If you have bit Windows you can download the partnertech CD bit drivers here. If you are running Windows 7, we need to know if you are running a bit or bit version:.

In Windows, click the start button, right click Computer and select Properties.

In the next Window have a look at the System Type as highlighted in yellow below.