Liza 13:19 06 Oct 2006

Does anyone know where I can get a driver please. I looked on the website but they did not have one for use on xp. Mine used to work on xp but recently it started playing up. Because it was working before I did not bother to do a network for desktop and laptop. Looks like I will have to network now. I had bought the tools for networking wireless but stopped because aol was not accepting it without upgrading broadband.
Perhaps there is another link cable I can use?

  Technotiger 13:31 06 Oct 2006

Hi, a driver - for what exactly?


  Technotiger 13:34 06 Oct 2006

Ooops, please pardon my ignorance ... but this may help you -

click here


  De Marcus™ 13:36 06 Oct 2006

Anything here? click here

  anchor 15:28 06 Oct 2006

The link given by Technotiger was their last driver, (v:

Have not tried this version on my PcLinq; am using version 1.63 myself without problems on my Win XP PC, linking to XP laptop.

If you have problems with, I can send you 1.63.

  woodchip 15:33 06 Oct 2006

I also have a USB link driver. works with XP mine also 1.63

  woodchip 15:44 06 Oct 2006

Try removing the cable and all software from both computers in Add Remove, Reinstall on both computers the plug the linq cable in one computer at a time. You may have to put the driver in again if it asks for the disc

  Liza 14:10 07 Oct 2006

Hi Technotiger

I am sorry I did not mention in the body of the message what it was I wrote about. As you will see from the title it was about pclinq. Liza

  Liza 14:16 07 Oct 2006

De Marcus

Thank you very much for your help. I did what you said and even removed the cable and connected to another slot. And the thing worked. I was so excited and could not stop copying files from one to'other. Liza

  anchor 16:46 07 Oct 2006

Pleased that you have resolved the problem; have fun!!

I suggest you click "resolved".

  Liza 17:35 08 Oct 2006

Hi anchor

Thanks. Omitted to check resolved box! Done so now. Liza

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