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canadianchicklet

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hi i have a dell computer and use windows xp i am trying to use my netmate link catc ethernet adapter but it says it cant install it and prompts me to put in cd.. which i dont have.. i was able to use it on my old computer without the software.. does anyone know where i can go to download the drivers for this... ive been searching foe hours.... i will write all the infomation i see on the device.... NetMate link CATC...U-ETH-NMO2tested to comly with fcc standards for home or office use ....SN-13338E...Rev.2.20assembly philippine... if anyone can help i would appreciate it thank u
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http://www.lecroy.co...te.asp?menuid=8 <--that's the best i could find....i'm assuming t his is a usb device correct?
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hi yes its usb, thank u so much i will try that link and let u know!!
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:) :tazz: ....well that link was exactly what i needed thank u very much... :) :)
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