When I first plug my board in it briefly shows as Arduino Uno in Windows device manager, but once Windows has automatically installed the driver, it then shows as Communications Device (COM10). This causes a problem with the Labview Tools, as the NI Auto Detect Arduino .vi expects Arduino as the resource name. If I change the NI code to check for COM as resource name instead of Arduino, all works, but this works only because I have no other Com ports on this particular machine.
If I uninstall the driver and reinstall specifically from the Arduino drivers directory I get the same problem.
Any ideas how to force the Arduino to install itself in Windows 7 as a reported Arduino device?