Yes, historically called Bootloader. Any suggestions?I think we need Martin and Marcel to take a look off-line.
Meanwhile, my installation is working perfectly on a new Windows 10 machine.
I do however have one question for Martin, Marcel and Maurizio... why call this a bootloader? is it just historical? in my opinion the program is far more than a simple bootloader... for example... it can be used to change decoder and car ID settings, it can change track mode for the IR strobe, and loads more etc etc... so IMHO its really a Slot.it system configuration utility program with an in-built bootloader for firmware upgrades.
So as I say, far more than a simple bootloader which would typically only be used for transferring hex files.
And it has been really nicely implemented too. Thanks for sharing this hard work