USBLin14.EXE is a self extracting file that contains a Windows 2000 usb driver. After running USBLin14.exe and the setup file, plug in the usb file transfer cable. Windows 2000 should find the new hardware and ask for a driver. Tell it where to find USBBC20.INF. After finishing, there should be an entry for USB Bridge Cable (Windows 2000) under Start, Settings, Control Panel, Administrative Tools, Computer Management, Device Manager, Universal Serial Bus controllers.
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