Computer Interface Cable - Driver Installation Repair This guide assumes you have already attempted installation of the USB driver supplied with the computer interface cable. If not, follow the instructions supplied with the computer interface cable. This guide should be referenced only if you are experiencing a driver installation failure.
To the support page. This troubleshooting guide will help you fix driver installation problems on a Windows 7 computer. Most of this guide also applies to Windows Vista. Generally, Windows XP computers will not have this same problem. The most common reason the computer interface cable fails to work is because Windows chooses to install its own driver for the USB cable instead of the driver you just loaded from the FarmTek CD or website. Follow these steps to confirm and correct this problem. With the USB adapter cable plugged into the computer, follow these steps to open the Device Manager: a.
Click on 'Computer' in the start menu. Click on 'System Properties' c. Click on 'Device Manager' 2.
Look down the list of items for the 'Ports' category. Click the arrow to the left of 'Ports' to expand the category. The USB adapter will show as 'Prolific USB-to-Serial.' Followed by the assigned COM port number. If there is a small error icon with an exclamation mark as shown here, Windows installed the wrong driver. Note 1: If an error is NOT shown, then the driver is installed correctly – do NOT follow the rest of this guide. Note 2: If the 'Ports' category is not present, or the 'Prolific USB-to-Serial.'
Device is not listed under 'Ports,' then click. Uninstall the USB adapter and its drivers: a. Right click on 'Prolific USB-to-Serial Comm Port' and choose 'Uninstall' b. When asked to confirm, choose to delete the driver software and click 'OK' c. Go Zilla 5.03 Keygen more.