+gallahad Posted March 16, 2004 Share Posted March 16, 2004 (edited) I run a Pentium II with Windows '98. I initially used the original serial port to download/upload info. from EZGps and Mapsend between the PC and the Magellan Platinum. It worked just fine. I recently installed a dual port USB card in a PCI slot to support a PDA. That action disabled my factory serial port, assigning that Com port to the USB card I/O. So I bought a USB serial adapter cable for the Magellan, figuring I''d use the remaining USB port for the GPS receiver interface. PDA in one slot, GPSr in the other; sounded reasonable to me. But, eventhough the PDA installed just fine, Windows recognizes the GPSr as a new piece of hardware and wants to install a VIVO90 Audio driver to support it. I don't believe that's going to do much to make the devices compatable, and I haven't the slightest idea where to find the proper driver or whether I even need one for it. Anybody got an idea where I might find and download the correct driver to affect this interface between the PC's USB port and the GPSr please? GPSr software doesn't include any drivers. edit to correct the grammar (at least some of it) Edited March 16, 2004 by gallahad Quote Link to comment
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