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 * in the '''System''' applet, open the '''Device Manager''' (in Windows XP, its accessible via the '''Hardware''' tab; in Windows 8, via '''Hardware and Sound''')  * in the '''System''' applet, open the '''Device Manager''' (in Windows XP, its accessible via the '''Hardware''' tab; in Windows 7, via '''Hardware and Sound''')
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 * in Windows XP, the Manufacturer is shown in the Properties window's '''General''' tab; in Windows 7, select the '''Properties''' window'sthe '''Details''' tab  * the Manufacturer may be shown in the Properties window's '''General''' tab or its '''Details''' tab
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 * elect '''Manufacturer'''
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 * drivers are available via the [http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/VCP.htm Future Technology Devices International Ltd.] web site

Updating Device Drivers for USB-to-Serial-Port Adapters

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Determining which chip set your USB-to-Serial-Port Adapter employs

  • open the Windows Control Panel

  • in the System applet, open the Device Manager (in Windows XP, its accessible via the Hardware tab; in Windows 7, via Hardware and Sound)

  • expand the Universal Serial Bus Controllers section by clicking the + symbol to its left

  • double-click the USB Serial Converter entry for that your USB-to-Serial-Port Adapter

  • the Manufacturer may be shown in the Properties window's General tab or its Details tab

Updating Device Drivers for USB-to-Serial-Port Adapters based on the Prolific chip set

Updating Device Drivers for USB-to-Serial-Port Adapters based on the FTDI chip set


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