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Nelson, just an FYI, but Chrome flags that as a possible malicious download.
I did install it though and the control panel it installs shows 16 and 32 bit options, but no 24 bit still. Going to restart and see what's up.
Edit: Yeah, after restart my playback showed as in 32 bit mode still, but like before it still wasn't working. Foobar said hardware error when I tried 24 bit music in it. I think it's still a firmware problem with the actual device, not Windows. OSX users on Head-Fi/Reddit reported the T1 in this drop didn't show 24 bit support for them either, and that driver package wouldn't do anything for them.
Same thing here, the "driver" did nothing but install some software that also doesn't do anything.
Also tried my T1 on a mac desktop and laptop and it wouldn't play 24 bit.