Looks like the driver needs to be different or edited to exactly match the hardware. Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? Es ist sehr gut mine freund! Update to my last comment. I thought Belkin was a stand up company too. This is … amazing. Please update your links as MCT has changed their website a lot.
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Excellent article and a proven solution to boot! Chris said, Thank you so much for this solution you are a very good man.
Belkin : Support F5U/F5U USB PDA Adapter – Drivers
In this case “Prolific Technology Inc. Thank you very much for the solution. You can find this by right clicking on the u2sxp. Thanks again, will be donating to your site soon.
Belkin F5U409 USB to Serial adapter driver for Windows 7
There is support for all Windows OSes, 32 and bit, Windows 7 included. Thank you windowss the work around, it worked perfectly. Great job figuring this out. I thought that I would have to get a new device that will work under windows 7 X Bill said, Thank You Sir, worked perfectly. Mike said, Thank you so much for figuring this out.
In most cases, it would simply be a recompilation of the existing driver. Jones said, I got this adapter: They basically said it was windoqs supported and I should return the product. However, it is not working in Windows 7 environment in my new PC. Can you help me, please?
GT Config Lite – Win7 64 bit – Belkin F5U409 Serial-to-USB adapter
I downloaded the driver as you suggested from the MCT websitefor my F5U, and it now works fine with my new Windows 7 laptop. This is the only soluttion that worked. MBorge said, You are an Uber Tech my friend!
I use my adapter to download geocaches onto my magellan gps…. He was getting very frustrated and thought he had to buy a new cable. Please update your links as MCT has changed their website a lot. Thanks for the pointer to the Win8 64 bit driver. Your solution worked for me!
I even tried completely uninstalling it and reinstalling it. Tried your method and bang it works!
Worked perfectly with my Dell laptop running Windows 7 bit! First I had to deal with Windows7 not having hyperterm installed, once I figured how to add hyperterm I ran into the Belkin dongle not being supported until you saved me.
Thank you for saving the life of a number of items I have not been able to connect to since upgrading to Windows 7 64 bit. The solution worked like a charm!!!
Having a laptop capible of 64 bit I decided to upgrade to Window 7 64 bit. Worked the first time. Thanks Errol said, Great post, I have searched and searched for a fix, I was about to buy a new adapter until I saw this post. Bob said, Good job! So after find this info on another page, i used the same driver you did.