Haven’t had stability problems as have been mentioned, but I only use it for low-throughput serial connections. Components Used This document is not restricted to specific software and hardware versions. Drivers Download June 4, at 5: Anonymous April 26, at 6: It took me a few weeks of trial and error and searching around to finally resolve the issue.
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Follow Blog via Email. Sign in Join Help. I had many problems with the drivers that shipped with the adapter, but I haven’t had any problems with these drivers. But I have put up a guide and lionn for obtaining the drivers on my page: Apple gets what it pays for Review: Fantastic, thank you so much.
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Notify me of new posts via email. Alessandro Mattiuzzi on May 5, at 3: Thank you mate for sharing, you save my day! I now have 20 mbitsps for the same monthly fee.
I wouldnt’ switch now lioon there was a good reason to. I finally got this working. Anonymous May 21, at 3: Jijo Varghese on August 30, at You may say this is a boring topic, that’s because it is. Thanks so much gcu232a this very useful information.
I was still walking around with my old mac book just in case i needed a usb to serial connection… thanks. I originally got it for an IBM thinkpad I gu232a back in or William Bell June 9, at The first challenge was that I did not even know the manufacturer or part number of this particular USB Serial adapter.
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Dave on October 7, gc232a 9: Your link to the driver worked. Thanks for the help, but the fix is not working with the 1. Iain Williams on June 11, at Curious though about zoc pro.
Anonymous November 18, guc232aa Very perceptive of you! This was exactly what I needed. If I could uninstall and start over I might be able to explain. In fact, I didn’t know what type of device it was at first.
The install steps were simple: