IOGEAR ATEN USB SERIAL CABLE DRIVER DOWNLOAD
First of all I am new to this Forum. Not Win8 compatible device cannot start and didn’t work properly on XP or Vista. Will order from Parallax today. And the Aten is not supported under Win 8. The ultimate guide to better selfies Changes coming to Twitter:
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I can not for the likes of me get this GUCA adapter to work.
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The ultimate guide to better selfies Changes coming to Twitter: Should the last line of your code be: There’s a new prolific driver available, not to mention a universal binary of minicom. I had a situation recently where I needed a non-standard baud rate serial port interface. Sadly Silicon Labs doesn’t give their drivers for download. I’m afraid you are in a Windows 8 quagmire.
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These are thumpin’ good cans Creaticity: BTW, this particular blue cable installs as a Prolific chipset, but it looks like the “fake” version epoxy blob instead of IC visible detailed in the post Use the following instructions if you cannot get your GUCA to work. I’ve unloaded and loaded the.
If the adapter does not show up as a Com? I have a new Intel Core Duo Macbook 2. Does it serlal up in the Windows Device Manager as a valid com: Search Advanced From our Sponsor Downloaded recommended driver by seller from http: Oh, and I should mention the drivers work “out-of-the-box” for the adapter that I bought.
Maybe I got two of the fakes. The prolific chipset found in most USB serial convertors only supports standard baud rates. The Prolific USB-serial driver is very poor quality. Any idea how to get around this?
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So I went to Tiger Direct, bought iograr brand new one nothing on it with chipset info and still the same problem.
The following comments are owned by whoever posted them. It consumes way too many clock cycles when heavy transfers are in progress, and it will cause a kernel panic if software attempts to select an unsupported baud rate. No plist tweaking necessary. seerial
I’ve heard this I can’t remember how many times, so I will just repeat it. Is your problem a driver problem or a problem with whatever you are trying to connect it to?
I only have 2 ports and both are USB3. ATEN adapters are pretty well supported.