Some have experience problem with using their Windows 10 computer with CorelLaser.
This is due to a update of Windows called the anniversary update, with this windows denies unsigned drivers to be installed.

1: Have a computer without the anniversary update, install the Corel and CorelLaser software. Plug in the machine, and update after that.

2: It may work recovering and removing a update, before you do this, uninstall Corel and CorelLaser with a uninstaller software, like Revo Uninstaller first, then remove the update. Reboot your machine, install Corel and CorelLaser, and after that update with the anniversary update.

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6 thoughts on “Windows 10 and CorelLaser”

  1. I got a laptop that had Windows 10 with the update already on it so I can’t roll it back. Is there a workaround for Corel laser that you’ve seen yet?

    1. You should see the anniversary update in the control panel where you find apps and softwares installed. But i would suggest you go with K40 Whisperer software instead.

  2. If I use the K40 Whisperer software how do I install it and does it come with the K 40 Driver? Does it need the K 40 flash drive to work?

    Explicit details please – step by step or point me to a web site that will guide me through it. Currently the only graphics program I have on my computer is Adobe Essentials. I am using up to date Windows 10.

  3. As directed by HP Persson, I went to the K40 whisperer home page. There was a list Controller Boards Known to Work with K40 Whisperer. These boards are the ones that the USB connects to. I did not find my board on the list. Here are the numbers I found on my USB connection board: BE112096 and 9C249923. Will Whisperer work with this board.

    Also, am I to understand that my image creator should be created in Inkscape and imported into K40 whisperer? I am just trying to get a feel of the whole project. Thanks

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