Micro Innovations USB to Serial Port Free Driver Download
USB610A, Prolific USB-to-Serial Comm Port
Micro Innovations, Prolific
Other Devices, Ports, USB
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This is a self extracting file. It contains XP, Win2K, and Mac versions of the driver for Micro Innovations USB-to-Serial adapter (Model # USB610A). I got these files from the installation CD that came with the device, but they are newer than the ones provided on the Micro Innovations web site. The driver provider is actually listed as Prolific. There is no setup utility so you have to use Windows' driver update procedures to install this driver. The drvremover.exe utility is used to remove the driver. (The file available on the Micro Innovations web site actually only contains Win98_ME and Win2K versions of the driver. The Win2K version can cause BSODs when used on XP. This version of the XP driver seems to work well.)
Jim Fitzpatrick (DG Member) on 3/21/2006
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