RP 1210 Drivers
Download the FLA RP1210 Drivers with the following link:
The Forensic Link Adapter uses the DG Technologies eDPA RP1210 device. The drivers needed to run that devices are the DPA4 plus drivers that are available by this download. After installing these drivers, you’ll have the ability to select the Forensic Link Adapter by using the DGDPA4MA RP1210 Device. Be sure to put the FLA into the RP1210 mode first.
If you need ISO15765 support for running PACCAR DAVIE, then you must install this driver by unzipping the file, opening a command prompt (type cmd in the search bar under the start menu), navigate to the directory that you unzipped the files to using the cd command, then run the following command:
dpa4plus_rp1210.exe /d _ADD_ISO15765
FLA Preview Drivers
Installing the RNDIS driver published by Microsoft after plugging in the USB cable to the FLA. Here are the instructions with screenshots:
FLA RNDIS Driver on Windows 10.pdf.
The Forensic Link Adapter uses an embedded Linux computer called the Beagle Bone Black. To interface with the FLA preview site using a USB cable, you will need to install the drivers for the Ethernet over USB device that is part of the driver package for the Beagle Bone Black. These drivers are specific to your computer’s architecture, so be sure to select the correct version. If you are not sure, select the 64-bit version and try it.
BONE_D64.exe – for 64 bit Windows PCs
BONE_DRV.exe – for 32 bit Windows PCs
For more details on the Beagle Bone Black, see
See the Presentations and Training Page for more downloadable content.
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