The problem is that the Joulescope UI no longer supports Windows 7 x64. We, unfortunately, had to drop Windows 7 support with the last two releases (0.9.7 and 0.9.3). As you know, Microsoft dropped Windows 7 in Jan 2020 (more than a year ago), and most of our dependencies are dropping Windows 7 support.
However, if you really need to run on a Windows 7 x64 machine, for now, you still have two choices. You can either:
- Install Joulescope UI 0.9.2, which still runs on Win 7.
- Run from the command line.
a. Install Python 3.8.9. Be sure to check add to path. Note python 3.9 will not work.
b. Open a command prompt
pip3 install -U joulescope_ui
d. Then to run the Joulescope UI, type:
Depending upon which software and service packs are installed on your Win 7 machine, you may also need the install the INF files. See here.
Do either of these options work for you?