Dell B1265dfw Driver Windows 10. Mjrowell wrote: We have never had great success with USB to Serial. We purchase Dell laptops specifically because of the legacy port extender docking station that they sell so our Field Service Engineers can interface with the CT's and other various medical equipment in hospitals. This reminds of of the USB to Parallel cables people used to use that gave strange things.
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Are you using laptops and need serial adapters? I really can't +1 this enough. We also buy Dell laptops specifically because of the E-legacy adapter. Our industry requires every field fire tech to have serial ports and those USB to serial adapters are ALL crap. I don't care which driver you use. However, if I had to pick the 'most reliable' one of the bunch(and I'm pretty sure we've tried all of them), it would be the FSU409 Belkin adapter. To get it to work on 64-Bit systems, I had to find a different manufacturer's driver that had the same chip used in the Belkin model.
I don't remember where I got it, but the filename is: U232-10.2.98.100806_Win7.exe. Desktop or laptop? • If desktop, stop banging your head against it and install a PCI serial controller card. • If laptop, stop banging your head against it and a) replace the printer with a USB model, or b) install a serial controller card (assuming the laptop has an appropriate expansion port). I've had horrid experiences with USB to serial and USB to parallel cables under Windows 7.
I've had them not work at all; work with Device A, but not Device B; and work with Devices A and B, then stop working for No Good Reason. By the time you're done, one of the options above will likely be less expensive from a TCO perspective - especially once you factor in the cost of antiacid and ibuprofen. Update Twain Driver Windows 10.