USB data link cable needs driver

March 3, 2011 at 14:45:43
Specs: Win7 64bit, Intel C2D/4gig
A cousin bought me a USB data link cable (model YC-100d) from Archeon Technologies for 15.00 at a yard sale and I can't find a 64 bit driver for Win7 for it. I know that this model is at least 7 to 8 years old according to my research on the 'Net. When I plug it into one of my USB ports, the device manager indicates that a USB host to host bridge missing. During my research I had found another 64 bit generic driver that supposedly worked with it. So I downloaded it from a couple of locations and each time I started to install it, my antivirus indicated that it was a virus so I stopped and deleted it. I couldn't find a 'USB host to host bridge' device\driver either. Help. Any and all replies and opinions are greatly appreciated.


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March 3, 2011 at 19:09:25
If you insist then buy a new cable with the driver that is for Windows 7. New they are like $25. If you can even find a 64 bit version but there should be one or two out there. claims to work.

Why would there be a 64 bit driver for something 8 years old?? Although nice of him/her it may be futile.

Dunno why you need this cable anyway. Almost every computer has a nic on it. Almost everyone has a 4 gig flash drive.

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