Short answer:
No, Logger Pro is not compatible with Universal Imaging Utility.

Long answer:
Normally if you took a hard drive from one Windows computer and put it in another computer with very different hardware, windows would refuse to boot with an error message about “hal.dll” (HAL stands for Hardware Abstraction Layer, it is the driver system on windows, not the computer from 2001). Universal Imaging Utility fixes that by changing a lot of things in the Windows driver system, thereby allowing you to only have to only have to setup “one machine,” and then you can just copy the hard disk from computer to computer, even though you might have many different types of hardware on those machines.

Universal Imaging Utility does this by performing major modifications to the Windows driver system. Unfortunately, major modifications to the Windows driver system has a tendency to break things that are expecting that the driver system is still in place. Specifically, Logger Pro installs drivers for our hardware, and if it can’t install those drivers, then the hardware will not work.

We worked with two schools who really wanted to use UIU, but in both cases the installation failed with unresolvable error messages about missing driver files.

The only known workaround is to not use Universal Imaging Utility, use an unmodified version of Windows instead.

How can I install Logger Pro on several computers? Is there an MSI file or a silent installer?
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