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    Question a stupid question...

    i'm trying to use a usb->serial adapter on my BookPC running winME, where do i get drivers to make it work. the adapter did not come with drivers.

    thanx for the help...


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    look on Deja, just search for your product...infact search the rest of Google for your product...you can use model number whatever.

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    thanx for the help guys...

    i got it working. =)

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    What was the solution, in case someone else has that problem

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    i was being stupid... i was so excited about getting the usb->serial adapter that i did not really look at the package that it came in. the driver-CD was stuck at the bottom of the package.

    i have another problem though...

    i always have to unplug and replug the Irman everytime i restart the computer.

    any help is greatly appreciated...

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    heh, I had the same problem under Windows, but I was just trying out WIndows anyway, I decided to use Linux.. and it all works fine under linux.

    Sorry, I know, that's not much help =)
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