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Unable to set up a USB to SCSI DB25 adapter.

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    HikerDude Member

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    I've recently tried to set up a USB to SCSI DB25 adapter with no success. This is a Microtech product, their web site is no longer active and I cannot download a new driver from there. It only comes with a disk driver for Win 95/98. This worked well for a couple of boots. Now the device is listed under the USB devices as an "unknown device". Does anybody know where I might be able to find an updated device driver for Win XP? I figure I can get this darned thing working again, if only I can find a good updated driver for the device. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
     
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    what is the model name & #, see what can do but possibility no newer version. try compatibility wizard in xp
     
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    This Microtech device has product #USB-SCSI-DB25B printed on the back. That is all I've got to go on.
     
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    uninstall it in device manager, restart windows & see if windows finds & loads driver either it's own or off driver disk
     

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