Gembird LPC-1 Download Drivers

Available 3 files for LPC-1
Company
Gembird
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Gembird LPC-1
Description
Add-on Cards Driver
Operating Systems
Windows 7 32/64 bits
Size Driver
482Kb
File Name
lpc-1_driver---d88c32f7-cfcd-4867-bf4e-8e601f32689a.zip
Info
LPC-1_SPC-1 Driver for Windows 7 (32-64) (482 kb)
Company
Gembird
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Gembird LPC-1
Description
Add-on Cards Driver
Operating Systems
Windows 98-98Se-Me-NT4-2000-XP-Vista 32/64 bits-Mac 10-Linux-MS-DOS
Size Driver
4191Kb
File Name
lpc-1_driver---d0ca54d4-014b-45c6-91a2-efd0dbe1c400.zip
Info
LPC-1_SPC-1 Driver (9835-9805) for Win95_98_ME_2K_NT_XP_2003_VIsta32-64_Mac10_Linux_DOS (4191 kb)
Company
Gembird
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Gembird LPC-1
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 98-Me-2000-XP
Size Driver
2.7Mb
File Name
lpc-1.zip
Info
This document will present the steps needed to install or update the Drivers for MosChip
products, or another manufacturer’s product based on a MosChip product.
For this example, the Nm9835CV was used as the test case.
This device offers two Serial Ports, and one IEEE-1284 style Parallel Port.
1. Download the appropriate Drivers from theWeb-Site.
a. http://www.moschip.com
i. Click the “Products” button.
ii. Click the “PCI” button.
iii. In the row for the product you wish to install, click “Drivers, Release
Notes and Installation Guides”.
iv. Click the icon under the Operating System you are using.
b. Allow the “.zip” file to be downloaded to your local computer.
c. Unzip the Driver files to a directory on your Hard Disk, or to a Floppy Diskette.
d. Check the new folder with the Driver files for a “Readme” file that may have
additional or special installation instructions. Use those instructions in addition
to, or instead of, these instructions if present.
2. Installing Drivers for the first time.
a. Shutdown Windows.
b. Turn the Power to the computer OFF.
c. Insert the peripheral card into the computer.
d. Insure that there are no external devices connected to the Ports at this time. They
can interfere with the installation of the Drivers.
e. Turn the computer ON.
f. Windows should detect the new card, and automatically invoke the “Found New
Hardware” wizard.
i. Select “Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)”.
ii. Press “Next” to start the installation.
g. At the dialog box which says “Please choose your search and installation options”
i. Click “Search for the best driver in these locations”.
ii. Click “Include this location in the search”.
iii. Click “Browse” to locate the directory containing the downloaded Drivers.
iv. Click “Next” to continue.
h. Windows will start installing the Drivers, but will stop with a Dialog Box stating
that the software has not passed Windows Logo testing.
i. Click “Continue Anyway” to proceed. Our testing has not revealed
anything to indicate our Drivers will harm a Windows-xp system.
i. At the next dialog,
i. Click “Finish” when Windows says it has finished installing the Drivers.
j. The Found New Hardware Wizard will reappear, this time ready to install the
Parallel Port. Depending on the way your card is configured, this might be a real
Parallel Port, or an “Unusable” Parallel Port. The “Unusable” Port is installed
when the card does not actually implement any Parallel Port. This is necessary to
insure proper interrupt handling.
i. Click “Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)”.
ii. Click “Next” to continue.
k. Windows will again ask for the location of the Driver files. Use the same location
as last time, the one containing the downloaded files.
i. Click “Search for the best driver in these locations”.
ii. Click “Include this location in the search”.
iii. Click “Browse” to locate the directory containing the downloaded Drivers.
iv. Click “Next” to continue.
l. Windows will start installing the Drivers, but will stop with a Dialog Box stating
that the software has not passed Windows Logo testing.
i. Click “Continue Anyway” to proceed. Our testing has not revealed
anything to indicate our Drivers will harm a Windows-xp system.
m. At the next dialog,
i. Click “Finish” when Windows says it has finished installing the Drivers.
n. The Found New Hardware Wizard will reappear, this time ready to install the first
Serial Port.
i. Click “Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)”.
ii. Click “Next” to continue.
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