Windows Configuration

For Miura M010 test card readers:
Before you can process the first transaction with the Miura M010 card reader on Windows, make sure that the reader is running at least Miura OS V7-6 and Miura MPI V1-39. This step is required because there are issues with the Miura OS V7-5 that prevent us from updating it automatically.
For live card readers:
We will make sure live card readers ship with the latest OS and MPI and, if required, USB Serial Mode enabled by default.
Updating the OS and MPI of the Test Miura Card Reader
Only perform the steps in this section if you are using a test card reader. If you are using live card readers, see
Updating the OS
below.
  1. If you are using a test card reader, download the ZIP containing the Miura OS/MPI updates. If you are using SDK 2.11 or older with your test reader, download this ZIP.
  2. Install the OS and MPI updates one at a time and in the order presented.
  3. Update the OS as instructed below.
  4. Update the MPI as instructed below.
Updating the OS
  1. Connect the M010 card reader to the PC with the USB cable. A new drive called "MIURA" should appear.
  2. Copy the two files from the folder "1 OS" to the "MIURA" drive.
  3. Eject the "MIURA" drive and disconnect the USB cable.
  4. The card reader will update itself to OS V7-7. If you are using SDK 2.11 or older, the card reader will update to OS V7-6.
Updating the MPI
  1. Connect the M010 card reader to the PC with the USB cable. A new drive called "MIURA" should appear.
  2. Copy the two files from the folder "2 MPI" to the "MIURA" drive.
  3. Eject the "MIURA" drive and disconnect the USB cable.
  4. The card reader will update itself to MPI V1-41.
    If you are using SDK 2.11 or older, the card reader will update to MPI V1-39.
  5. Verify, that the card reader now displays MPI V1-41 when starting up.
    If you are using SDK 2.11 or older, verify that the card reader now displays MPI V1-39 when starting up.
Configuring a Miura for USB Connectivity
For instruction on how to configure a Miura card reader for USB connectivity, see USB Connectivity Configuration.
Disabling USB Serial Mode
To disable USB Serial Mode on the card reader, perform a factory reset.