Originally Posted by TurboBob
the later versions of windows (vista, 7) are cranky on the drivers and the INF files. They invented a new way to install drivers. (Gee, thanks Micro$oft)
anyway, if you have the unit plugged in and turned on, and Windows does not locate the new hardware and try to install drivers, then you can try this.
open the device manager by right-clicking on "Computer" and select "manage", navigate to the device manager and open it up. It shows a tree view of all the components and accessories in your computer. at the top of the tree, try right-clicking and select "Install Legacy Driver" or something like that. It should let you pick the INF file, and install it for you.
I had the same problem, and so I did what these directions say, and there is no "install legacy driver" option or anything close in my list. What do I do now?