Dicota 2 Network Card User Manual

Harbour 2.0
USB 2.0 LAN Docking Station
User’s Manual
Version 2.0
04/04/2005
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1. INTRODUCTION .............................................. FEHLER! TEXTMARKE NICHT DEFINIERT.
1.1 FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS…..……………………………………………………………… 3
1.2 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS………………………………………………………….………………..4
1.3 PACKAGE CONTENTS…………………………………...……………………………..……………4
1.4 CONNECTORS………………………………………...………………………….…..……………...4
1.5 AVAILABLE FUNCTIONS………………………………..……………………………………………5
1.6 LED INDICATOR…………………………………………………………………….……………….6
2. INSTALLING HARBOUR 2.0................................................................................................ 7
2.1 DRIVER INSTALLATION………………………………………………………...….………….……...7
2.1.1 Win98/98SE Driver Installation………………………………………………………..7
2.1.2 WinME Driver Installation………………………………………..………….…….….17
2.1.3 Win2000 Driver Installation……………………………………….……………….....20
2.1.4 WinXP Driver Installation...………………………………………..………...….……23
2.2 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW…..…………………………………..………………………………25
2.3 SET UP THE PRINTER DEVICE……………………………………………..………………………27
2.3.1 For Windows 98/SE/ME…………………………………………………..…………...27
2.3.2 For Windows 2000/XP…………………………………………………..……………..29
2.4 SET UP THE HYPERTERMINAL WITH USB TO SERIAL PORT…………….………….……….…….30
3. UNINSTALLING HARBOUR 2.0......................................................................................... 32
3.1 REMOVE THE DEVICE……………………………………………………..……………………….32
3.2 UNINSTALL THE DRIVER……………………...…………………………..……...………………...32
3.2.1 For Windows 98/SE/ME…….……..………………….……………………………….32
3.2.2 For Windows 2000/XP……….…….………………………..…………………………33
4. APPLICATION NOTE.......................................................................................................... 34
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1. Instruction
Thank you for ordering Harbour 2.0. Harbour 2.0 is an intelligent
expansion module, which connects to a PC or notebook via Universal
Serial Bus (USB) port, providing one high-speed RS-232 serial port, one
printer port, one PS/2 keyboard & mouse, 3 downstream USB2.0 ports
and one Ethernet access. Harbour 2.0 features easy connectivity for
traditional serial devices, keyboards, mice and other USB devices and
provides up to 480Mbps USB2.0 High Speed capability. Also can add one
extra Ethernet port to your PC or notebook in seconds.
1.1 Features and Specifications
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Add one high-speed serial port, one printer port, one PS/2 keyboard
& mouse, 3 USB2.0 High Speed downstream ports and one Ethernet
port to your PC or notebook in seconds.
Improve the inconvenience of configuring old PC solutions like card
extension solutions, which require adjusting IRQ or jumper settings
and the incompatibility of various brands of docking solutions or bus
repeaters.
Avoid the hassle of removing your PC case, or rebooting the
operating system during installation.
Built-in 10/100Mbps Fast-Ethernet and IEEE802.3x flow control
function for 100BASE-TX and 10BASE-T.
Complies with USB specifications 2.0 (and under), with IEEE802.3u
100BASE-TX and with IEEE802.3 10BASE-T standards.
Product Information:
Basic Power Consumption:
Bus-Power limit current
protection:
Output Voltage:
Output Current:
Physical PCB size (WxL):
Operating Temperature:
Stock temperature:
Humidity:
Unit Weight:
Dimensions (LxWxH):
Cable Length:
450mA
500mA
5V
1.8A (switching power
adapter)
129x70mm
0 ~70C
0 ~85C
0%~80%RH
145g
91x135x34mm
6 feet
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1.2 System Requirements
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A PC with Pentium series, or equivalent.
A minimum of 16M bytes of RAM.
One available USB type A downstream port (UHCI, OHCI, or EHCI).
Windows 98 or later.
1.3 Package Contents
The product you purchased should contain the equipment and
accessories shown as follows:
1. A Harbour 2.0.
2. One 6” USB AB type cable.
3. One 2A switching power adapter.
4. One Harbour 2.0 driver and User’s manual CD.
1.4 Connectors (Ref. Fig.1)
1. One DB-9 RS-232 serial interface connector supports baud rates from
2,400 to 115.2K.
2. One DB-25 parallel printer connector supports IEEE-1284 printer port.
3. One Mini-din for PS/2 keyboard, mouse.
4. Three USB receptacles type A downstream ports.
5. One USB type B upstream connector.
6. One RJ45 Ethernet connector.
Parallel Port
Serial Port
USB 2.0 Downstream
USB Upstream
RJ45 Ethernet
PS/2 Keyboard
Power Connector
PS/2 Mouse
Fig.1
1.5 Available functions.
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The available functions of Harbour 2.0 depend on the status of power
supplied:
Bus powered
1. Connect the USB2.0 cable to your PC to provide bus power.
2. When you provide bus power only, the PS/2 mouse & keyboard,
RS232, printer and Ethernet ports will be enabled. However, the
USB2.0 Downstream Ports can also work under low power mode. So
used of externally power adaptor is recommended. (For the use of all
functions)
Externally powered
1. Connect the power adapter to provide external power.
2. When you provide external power, the USB Downstream Ports can
support all USB devices, and you can use all the functions of Harbour
2.0.
1.6 LED Indicator (Ref. Fig.2)
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Power Indicator
The Power Indicator will turn RED when only bus power is supplied, will
turn GREEN when external power is supplied.
USB Indicators
1. There are three USB indicators. If the USB Downstream Ports are
ready for use, the indicators will turn ON.
2. If over-current happens for certain USB Downstream Ports, the
corresponding USB Indicator will turn OFF to indicate that this port is
not working at the moment.
3. When over-current situation is resolved, the USB Indicator will turn
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ON again.
LAN Indicators
1. Link/Act (Orange): This LED turns on if the 10/100Mbps
(100BASE-TX) Ethernet is connected.
2. Transmission (Green): Blinking to indicate that the data is being
received or transmitted through the RJ-45 port.
USB Indicators
Power Indicator
LAN Indicators
Fig.2
2. Installing Harbour 2.0
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1. This installation guide is written in accordance with different operation
systems. Including Windows 98/98SE/ME, Windows 2000, and
Windows XP.
2. Power on your computer and make sure that the USB port is enabled
and working properly.
3. Connect the power adapter into Harbour 2.0. (For full functions)
4. Connect Harbour 2.0 to the USB port on your computer with the
USB2.0 transfer cable provided.
5. Windows will start detecting USB devices. Please follow the related
section to install your Harbour 2.0.
2.1 Driver Installation
2.1.1 Win98/98SE Driver Installation
The driver installation is divided into A to F six-steps. Please install Harbour
2.0 under Win98/SE step by step by the following instructions:
A. USB Hub Installation
A1. Please insert the
“Windows 98” CD into
your CD-ROM drive
and press “Next” to
continue.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-A1)
Fig. Win98-A1
A2. Tick “Search for
the best driver for your
device” and press
“Next” to continue.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-A2)
Fig. Win98-A2
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A3. Tick “CD-ROM
drive” and press “Next”
to start the searching
process.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-A3)
Fig. Win98-A3
A4. Press “Next” to
start the installation
process.
(Ref Fig. Win98-A4)
Fig. Win98-A4
A5. Press “Finish” to
complete the
installation of USB
HUB.
(Ref Fig. Win98-A5)
Fig. Win98-A5
B. IEEE-1284 Controller Installation
B1. Please insert the
“Harbour 2.0” CD into
your CD-ROM drive
and press “Next” to
continue.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-B1)
Fig. Win98-B1
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B2. Tick “Search for
the best driver for your
device” and press
“Next” to continue.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-B2).
Fig. Win98-B2
B3. Tick “Specify a
location” and click
“Browse” to select the
location of the driver
folder in the “Harbour
2.0” CD. Press “Next”
to start the searching
process.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-B3).
Fig. Win98-B3
B4. Press “Next” to
start the installation
process.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-B4)
Fig. Win98-B4
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B5. Press “Finish” to
complete the
installation of
USB-to-Parallel Port.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-B5)
Fig. Win98-B5
C. USB-to-Serial Port Installation
C1. Please insert the
“Harbour 2.0” CD into
your CD-ROM drive and
press “Next” to continue.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-C1)
Fig. Win98-C1
C2. Tick “Search for
the best driver for your
device” and press
“Next” to continue.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-C2)
Fig. Win98-C2
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C3. Tick “Specify a
location” and click
“Browse” to select the
location of the driver
folder in the “Harbour
2.0” CD.
Click “Next” to start the
searching process.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-C3)
Fig. Win98-C3
C4. Press “Next” to
start the installation
process.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-C4)
Fig. Win98-C4
C5. Press “Finish” to
complete the
installation of
USB-to-Serial Port.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-C5)
Fig. Win98-C5
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D. USB Composite Device Installation
D1. Please insert the
“Windows 98” CD into
your CD-ROM drive
and press “Next” to
continue
(Ref. Fig. Win98-D1)
Fig. Win98-D1
D2. Tick “Search for
the best driver for your
device” and press
“Next” to continue.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-D2)
Fig. Win98-D2
D3. Tick “CD-ROM
drive” and press “Next”
to start the searching
process.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-D3)
Fig. Win98-D3
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D4. Press “Next” to
start the installation
process.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-D4)
Fig. Win98-D4
D5. Press “Finish” to
complete the
installation of
Composite Device.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-D5)
Fig. Win98-D5
E. Ethernet Port Installation
E1. Please insert the
“Harbour 2.0” CD into
your CD-ROM drive
and press “Next” to
continue.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-E1)
Fig. Win98-E1
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E2. Tick “Search for
the best driver for your
device” and press
“Next” to continue.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-E2)
Fig. Win98-E2
E3. Tick “Specify a
location” and click
“Browse” to select the
location of the driver
folder in the “Harbour
2.0” CD. Press “Next”
to start the searching
process.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-E3)
Fig. Win98-E3
E4. Press “Next” to start
the installation process.
(Windows might ask you
to insert the “Windows
98” CD during the
installation process).
(Ref. Fig. Win98-E4)
Fig. Win98-E4
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E5. Press “Finish” to
complete the
installation of Ethernet
Port. (Restart
Windows might
necessary).
(Ref Fig. Win98-E5)
Fig. Win98-E5
F. USB HID Device for PS/2 keyboard & mouse Installation
(This step might repeat once due to two different devices, mouse and keyboard)
F1. Please insert the
“Windows 98” CD into
your CD-ROM drive
and press “Next” to
continue.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-F1)
Fig. Win98-F1
F2. Tick “Search for
the best driver for your
device” and press
“Next” to continue.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-F2)
Fig. Win98-F2
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F3. Tick “CD-ROM
drive” and press “Next”
to start the searching
process.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-F3)
Fig. Win98-F3
F4. Press “Next” to
start the installation
process.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-F4)
Fig. Win98-F4
F5. Press “Finish” to
complete the
installation of HID.
(Ref. Fig. Win98-F5)
Fig. Win98-F5
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2.1.2 WinME Driver Installation
The driver installation for WinME is divided into A to C three-steps.
Please install Harbour 2.0 under WinME step by step by the following
instructions:
A. USB-to-Parallel Port Installation
A1 Please insert the
“Harbour 2.0” CD into
your CD-ROM drive.
Tick “Automatic search
for a better driver” and
press “Next” to
continue.
(Ref. Fig. WinME-A1)
Fig. WinME-A1
A2. Press “Finish” to
complete the
installation
USB-to-Parallel Port.
(Ref. Fig. WinME-A2)
Fig. WinME-A2
B. USB-to-Serial Port Installation
B1. Tick “Automatic
search for a better
driver” and press
“Next” to continue.
(Ref. Fig. WinME-B1)
Fig. WinME-B1
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B2. Press “Finish” to
complete the
installation of
USB-to-Serial Port.
(Ref. Fig. WinME-B2)
Fig. WinME-B2
C. Ethernet Port Installation
C1. Tick “Specify the
location for a better
driver” and press
“Next” to continue.
(Ref. Fig. WinME-C1)
Fig. WinME-C1
C2. Tick “Search for
the best driver for your
device” and then
choose “Specify a
location”. Click
“Browse” to select the
location of the driver
folder in the “Harbour
2.0” CD. Press “Next”
to continue.
(Ref. Fig. WinME-C2)
Fig. WinME-C2
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C3. Press “Next” to
start the installation
process.
(Ref. Fig. WinME-C3)
Fig. WinME-C3
C4. Press “Finish” to
complete the
installation of Ethernet
Port.
(Ref. Fig. WinME-C4)
Fig. WinME-C4
2.1.3 Win2000 Driver Installation
The driver installation for Win2000 is divided into A, B two-steps.
Please install Harbour 2.0 under Win2000 step by step by the following
instructions:
A. USB-to-Serial Port Installation
A1. Please insert the
“Harbour 2.0” CD into
your CD-ROM drive
and press “Next” to
continue.
(Ref Fig. Win2k-A1)
Fig. Win2k-A1
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A2. Tick “Search for a
suitable driver for my
device” and press
“Next” to continue.
(Ref Fig. Win2k-A2)
Fig. Win2k-A2
A3. Please insert
“Harbour 2.0” CD into
your CD-ROM drive
and press “Next” to
start the searching
process.
(Ref Fig. Win2k-A3)
Fig. Win2k-A3
A4. Press “Next” to
start the installation
process.
(Ref Fig. Win2k-A4)
Fig. Win2k-A4
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A5. Press “Finish” to
complete the
installation of
USB-to-Serial Port.
(Ref Fig. Win2k-A5)
Fig. Win2k-A5
B. Ethernet Port Installation
B1. Press “ Next” to
continue.
(Ref Fig. Win2k-B1)
Fig. Win2k-B1
B2. Tick “Search for a
suitable driver for my
device” and press
“Next” to continue.
(Ref Fig. Win2k-B2)
Fig. Win2k-B2
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B3. Tick “CD-ROM
drives” and press
“Next” to start the
searching process.
(Ref Fig. Win2k-B3)
Fig. Win2k-B3
B4. Press “Next” to
start the installation
process.
(Ref Fig. Win2k-B4)
Fig. Win2k-B4
B5. You will receive a
message stating that
the software you are
installing has not
passed Windows Logo
testing. But this driver
is fully compatible with
Windows 2000, so just
press “Yes” to
continue.
(Ref. Fig. Win2k-B5)
Fig. Win2k-B5
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B6. Press “Finish” to
complete the
installation of Ethernet
port.
(Ref. Win2k-B6)
Fig. Win2k-B6
2.1.4 WinXP Driver Installation
Please install Harbour 2.0 under Win2000 step by step by the following
instructions:
A. Serial Port Installation
A1. Please insert the
“Harbour 2.0” CD into
your CD-ROM drive.
Tick “Install the
software automatically”
and press “Next” to
continue
(Ref Fig. WinXP-A1)
Fig. WinXP-A1
A2. You will receive a
message stating that
the software you are
installing has not
passed Windows Logo
testing. But this driver
is fully compatible with
Windows XP, so just
press “Continue
Anyway” to continue.
(Ref. Fig. WinXP-A2)
Fig. WinXP-A2
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A3. Press “Finish” to
complete the
installation of
USB-to-Serial Port.
(Ref Fig. WinXP-A3)
Fig. WinXP-A3
B. Ethernet Port Installation
B1. Tick “Install the
software automatically”
and press “Next” to
continue
(Ref Fig. WinXP-B1)
Fig. WinXP-B1
B2. Press “Finish” to
complete the
installation of Ethernet
Port.
(Ref Fig. WinXP-B2)
Fig. WinXP-B2
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2.2 Things you need to know
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Before connecting the printer to the parallel port of Harbour 2.0, the
printer driver must be installed on your computer in advance, otherwise it
might print unknown format of characters.
Please refer to "Setting Up the Printer Device" section to connect your
printer to the Harbour 2.0.
For modem users, we advise you to install the modem driver manually
before connecting the modem to the converter, otherwise it might operate
unexpectedly.
Please refer to "Setting Up the HyperTerminal with USB to serial port"
section as an example of routing your COM port setting.
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Congratulations!!
You have finished installing Harbour 2.0.
Please click on Start, Settings, Control Panel, double-click System, and
Device Manager. Please double check “Human Interface Devices”,
“Keyboard”, “Mouse”, “Network adapters”, “Ports”, and “Universal serial
bus controller” on the dialog box and see if they are working properly.
(Ref. Fig.3, 4)
Keyboard
Mouse
Ethernet
Fig.3
USB to Serial
USB to Parallel
Fig.4
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2.3 Set Up the Printer Device
Follow the steps below to connect your printer to the Harbour 2.0 with
your PC:
2.3.1 For Windows 98/98SE/ME:
1. Connect the Harbour 2.0 to your printer with the parallel cable and
then turn on the printer.
2. Connect the Harbour 2.0 to the USB port on your computer with the
USB2.0 transfer cable provided.
3. Please go to Start, Settings, Control Panel, double click System,
and Device Manager. Check Ports on the dialog box and see which
printer ports the “USB-to-Parallel Port” is located. The following
example is located as LPT2. (Ref. Fig.5)
Fig.5
4. If you have installed a printer device before, go to Start, Settings,
and Printers. Right-click the default-installed printer and choose
Properties. The Properties dialog box of the installed printer will
appear on your screen.
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5. Click Details folder tab and change the printer port to LPT2:
USB-to- Parallel Port. (Ref. Fig.6)
Fig.6
6. If you do not have a printer installed yet, go to Start, Settings,
Printers, and choose Add Printer. The Add Printer Wizard will start
and assist you to install a new printer device. Select the printer
manufacturer and model name from the list provided by the wizard or
use the printer driver diskette came with your printer.
7. Windows will ask you which port the printer will be used, choose LPT2:
USB to Parallel Port. (Ref. Fig.7)
Fig.7
Follow the instructions to complete the installation. Run Print Test Page to see if the
printer is working without any problem.
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2.3.2 For Windows 2000/XP:
1. Connect the Harbour 2.0 to your printer with the parallel cable and
then turn on the printer.
2. Connect the Harbour 2.0 to the USB port on your computer with the
USB2.0 transfer cable provided.
3. If you have installed a printer device before, go to Start, Settings, and
Printers. Right-click the default-installed printer and choose
Properties. The Properties dialog box of the installed printer will
appear on your screen.
4. Click Ports folder tab and change the printer port to USB001:
(Virtual printer port for USB). (Ref. Fig.8)
Fig.8
5. If you do not have a printer installed yet, click on Start, Settings,
Printers and choose Add Printer. The Add Printer Wizard will start
and assist you to install a new printer device. Select the printer
manufacturer and model name from the list provided by the wizard or
use the printer driver diskette came with your printer.
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6. Windows will ask you which port the printer will be used, choose
USB001:
(Virtual printer port to USB). (Ref. Fig.9)
Fig.9
2.4 Set up the HyperTerminal with USB to serial port
1. Make sure that HyperTerminal is installed in your system. If not,
please go to Start, Settings, and Control Panel. Double click
Add/Remove Programs, choose Windows Setup page,
Communications, click Details button and enable HyperTerminal to
install the program to your Windows system.
2. Go to Start, Settings, Control Panel, double click System, and click
on Device Manager. Check which COM port is located by USB to
serial port. (Ref. Fig.10)
Fig.10
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3. If you have setup HyperTerminal before, please go to Start,
Programs, Accessories, Communications, HyperTerminal. Click
File and choose Properties. The Properties dialog page will appear
on your screen. If it is your first time to setup HyperTerminal, you will
see the following page during the setup procedure. (Ref. Fig.11)
Fig.11
4. Click the Connect using item to indicate the proper COM port, which
appeared in step 1. Follow the instructions to complete the setup.
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3. Uninstalling Harbour 2.0
If you want to remove Harbour 2.0 and its driver, you can uninstall it by
the following steps:
3.1 Remove the device
1. Please Unplug the USB cable.
3.2 Uninstall the driver
1. For the Windows 2000/XP users: since the system has built in the
USB Printer Class driver already, so you do not need to remove the
printer driver.
2. For the Windows 98/SE/ME users: you have to follow the instruction
to remove the Serial, Printer driver.
3.2.1 For Windows 98/SE/ME ( Remove Printer, Serial Drivers ):
1. Run Uninst.exe from the driver folder in Harbour 2.0 CD.
2. Please Press OK to remove Printer Converter. (Ref. Fig.13)
Fig.13
3. Printer Converter had been removed. Please press Exit to
continue. (Ref. Fig.14)
Fig.14
4. Run DRemover98_2k.exe from the driver folder in Harbour 2.0
CD.
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5. Please Press OK to remove Serial Converter. (Ref. Fig.15)
Fig.15
7. Press “Yes” to reboot your Windows system to complete.
(Ref. Fig.16)
Fig.16
3.2.2 For Windows 2000/XP ( Remove Serial Driver ):
1. Run DRemover98_2k.exe from the driver folder in Harbour 2.0 CD.
2. Please Press “OK” to remove Serial Converter. (Ref. Fig.17)
Fig.17
3. Press “Yes” to reboot your Windows system to complete.
(Ref. Fig.18)
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4. APPLICATION NOTE
1. Harbour 2.0 normally derives its own power from PC Host. When only
the Host power is supplied, the Power LED will turn RED, and the
serial, parallel, keyboard, mouse, Ethernet and 3 downstream ports
can operate without the external power adapter.
2. Please note that if the external power adaptor is not be used and
heavy power consumption USB device is connected, the 3
downstream ports may not function normally. Therefore the used of
external power adaptor is highly recommend. You may use the
external power by connecting an external 5 voltage, 2A DC power that
is UL, CE, T-mark or locally approved. For Polarity, see the following:
3. Unknown Device:
If the installation process is completed and some of the devices still
don't work, please click on Start, Settings, Control Panel,
double-click System, and Device Manager. Check “Human Interface
Devices”, “Keyboard”, “Mouse”, “Network adapters”, “Ports”, and
“Universal serial bus controller” on the dialog box and see if “Unknown
device” appears on the screen. You need to right-click the
“Unknown device” and choose Remove to remove it. Then
choose Refresh to re-detect the device. (You might need to install the
device driver once again so please follow the same installation
procedures as section 2.1). After trying the above procedures and
your device still cannot work, please contact the technical support at
your local distributor.
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4. Service and Answers
Installed the driver for USB Port Replicator under Windows XP
operation system, there is no Printer Port available in the device
manager , but the other Ports ( Serial ,Mouse, Keyboard and USB)
are OK .
The driver for USB to Printer converter on Windows 2000 and XP is
not required.
Microsoft supports USB Printer class in both OS. The related driver
will be loaded Automatically by Microsoft when you plug in the USB to
Printer device.
It will be created a message “printer support device” in the device
manager and also a “ virtual printer port for USB “ in the port selection
of printer setting.
You may just check this item and it will work on both system.
This is different for Windows 98 and ME. There won’t be any LPT port
generated by system as like in 98/ME . Please also refer to the user’s
manual “Set up the Printer Device “ >> for Windows 2000 and XP .
2 year warranty.
If you encounter any problem with your Harbour 2.0, please contact our local
dealer. You can find a list of all dealers on this CD.
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Disclaimer
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shall in no event be liable for any loss of profit or any other commercial damage, including but not limited to special,
incidental, consequential, or other damages.
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FCC Statement
This device generates and uses radio frequency and may cause interference to radio and television reception if not
installed and used properly. This has been tested and found to comply with the limits of a Class B computing device
in accordance with the specifications in Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These specifications are designed to provide
reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this device does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by plugging the device in and out, the user can try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
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Increase the separation between the device and receiver.
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Connect the computer into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
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Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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