Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98
220.127.116.11 (2002-12-04) via .inf
18.104.22.168 (2002-11-19) via .inf
The manufacturer's website is easy to navigate. I suggest getting any or all drivers from them directly. This is a self extracting file so here is what I did. On WinXP, using the serial cable that was included, I ran the file and choose to cancel the installation after it extracted. Then went through device manager and updated the yellow question mark which was the UPS. It extacts to the C drive in ppp_setup folder. I redirected the computer to look there and it installed the drivers. It also asked if I would like to install Power Panel Plus so I said yes. Thats it. For step by step instructions go to the manufacturer's Website.
Peter Gutierrez (DG Member) on 27-Oct-2004
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|install.ex_||199.1 KB||26 Nov 2003|
|lbat.wa_||25.7 KB||8 Feb 2002|
|oload.wa_||29.0 KB||8 Feb 2002|
|otemp.wa_||31.6 KB||8 Feb 2002|
|pfail.wa_||23.9 KB||8 Feb 2002|
|ups.cat||7.2 KB||22 Nov 2002|
|ups.inf||1.3 KB||19 Nov 2002|
|upsc.ex_||299.3 KB||7 Jan 2004|
|upsio.ex_||108.5 KB||2 Jan 2004|
|upssetup.dl_||19.2 KB||20 Nov 2002|
|upssetup.exe||53.2 KB||26 Nov 2003|
|upssrv.ex_||182.3 KB||7 Jan 2004|
|usbhid.inf||1.3 KB||4 Dec 2002|
|usbups.cat||7.3 KB||6 Dec 2002|
|usbups.inf||1.1 KB||4 Dec 2002|
|closeap.dl_||25.7 KB||30 Dec 2003|
|closeap.ex_||108.6 KB||30 Dec 2003|
|h2c.dl_||65.8 KB||30 Dec 2003|
|hello.wa_||14.2 KB||8 Feb 2002|
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