Update Unrecognized Zip Code. The vendor drivers for Windows 7 bit OS do not work correctly. Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time. Drivers for the latest operating systems available at http: First of all I am new to this Forum. See any errors on this page?
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First of all I am new to this Forum. It wouldn’t get past the gray screen.
Powered by the Parse. Vendor drivers for Microsoft Windows 7 can be found here: I’ve unloaded and loaded the. Now that the driver issues are sort out, it looks like it’s working great. It makes the USB interface transparent to serial peripherals, allowing them to easily interface with USB devices, and eliminates the setup hassle found with traditional serial port connections. DaveOrZach on Jan 10, ’06 Use the Calculator to convert the numbers. The prolific chipset found in most USB serial convertors only supports standard baud rates.
Iogsar, and I should mention the drivers work “out-of-the-box” for the adapter that I bought. Does not work with Windows 7 OS. The supplied drivers failed to load under Snow Leopard.
Instructions weren’t great either, but the adapter works very well. I’m using oigear with Win XP Pro. The drivers that come with the GUCA did not work for me. Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time. I had a situation recently where I needed a non-standard baud rate serial port interface.
I had to return it. Macworld MacUser iPhone Central. Nano 7 – backgrounds This is necessary; the ProlificUsbSerial kernel extension is owned by root. The Prolific USB-serial driver is very poor quality. Rated 4 out of 5 by Not Ringo from Works with Windows 7 64 or 32 bit I would have given 5 stars if the Windows 7 drivers had been included.
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GUCA – IOGEAR USB to PDA/Serial Adapter
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It was pretty terrifying for a while. I have not found anything to do vt emulation using a serial port. Followed the installation instructions for Windows Vista and kept getting a message that it installed but maybe not correctly. I finally got this working.