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Driver update problem in Win98

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by rt8264, Sep 6, 2004.

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  1. rt8264

    rt8264 Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    I'm trying to upload two different hardware devices. Xircom Credit Card Ethernet 10/100-Ready and a Terayon modem. My problem arises when it comes to the drivers. The computer recognizes the Zircom card it there, it installs the software, but then it won't update the driver. Says it can't do it. Same problem with the Terayon modem - I want to install a usb driver for it, but no luck.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks

    -Beck
     
  2. ranger007

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    Good luck, I had the same problem with either a Linksys or Netgear ethernet in Win98 -- not to discourage you, but I never did figure out how to make it find the correct driver. Finally bought another card.

    Not that this helps, but it worked in WinXP with no problem.

    Anyway - good luck!
     
  3. pedroguy

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    Hi:Welcome to TSG:My only suggestions would be(and you may have done this already) to go to the manufactures web sites and see if there is any info there and do a Google search on your products and see if there are any threads there that might give you some clues .Had basically the same problem installing a USB RF mouse recently.No software came with it and I just had to hack around the internet until I found some info that I could use regarding drivers.
    Hell of a way to run a railroad,don't you think.
    Good luck
     
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