Note: On Windows 7 and Windows 8, installing a driver created by the AN220 software will require disabling driver signing, since the driver is uncertified after customization. More Information: Disabling Driver Signing
. The driver will no longer require driver signing to be disabled after WHQL recertification.
Once the driver is tested, consider wrapping the driver installer (DPInst) created by the AN220 software into a custom installer that installs all software needed by the product. The DPInst installer can be placed in Quiet Mode to do this. More information can be found here: What is DPInst?