In the case that you want to easily/quickly test if your BioSemi USB Trigger Interface is working correctly, then you can do this by using the small Terminal test program called "Termite"
Connect the USB Trigger Interface with a USB cable to your PC.
Connect the USB Trigger Interface to the BioSemi USB Receiver.
Install Termite, and run Termite. (https://www.compuphase.com/software/termite-3.4.exe)
At "Port" enter the COM port at which the USB Trigger Interface is located.
At "Bautrate" enter: 115200.
At "Transmitted text" select "Append nothing"
At "Plug-ins" select "Hex View
You can find the COM port at which the USB Trigger Interface is installed in the Windows Device Manager. The below screenshot shows the settings for a USB Trigger Interface installed at COM193.
Now open the Termite terminal by clicking on "OK"
Run ActiView and start the data acquisition. Now select the Termite window and type the following codes to see triggers in ActiView:
This will show the triggers:
In the case that Windows does not detects the BioSemi USB Trigger Interface correctly than:
- remove the driver of the device (probably listed under Other Devices) right click and un-install.
- remove the device from the USB port and insert it again.
- Windows should now detect the device automatically and install the drivers automatically.
If that does not work, than you can try the below drivers: