The USB driver for the HP LaserJet printer is listed below. This PCL driver was brought out in 2000 so the printer have been around a while. The internal ID for the driver shows that this driver is for a “HP LaserJet 1100” which is version 188.8.131.52 brought out in 2000.
The Motorola C35 to C353 USB is known as the “Motorola USB Device” in the internal ID of the hardware. This was a very popular “Motorola USB Modem” when it came out. The driver for the USB modem has been listed below. Check you hardware to ensure you have a C350 or C353 modem from Motorola.
This the driver files for the Microtech DPCM USB modem for Windows XP and Windows 2000. The driver also goes under the name of MicroMate. The driver goes under a number of names. These are listed as follows: — “eUSB SmartMedia Driver” and also “DPCM-USB Reader”.
This is the driver for the Motorola V3 Razr. Its the inf file so you need to right-click on the file and click install. It will then install the driver for you. Normally it does not matter what the OS is when you are dealing with inf files. The driver is listed below.
The Longshine LCS 8033H driver is another host controller which is very generic. If you look at the hardware ID in the file you note that the same driver is used by a number of other host controllers on the market. Outside of Longshine other manufactures have used the same hardware such as Tekram and NEC.
This is a host controller which features a number of names and can be used by other equipment which its hardware ID can identify. The Longshine LCS 883R USB 2 driver is listed below however it can also be sued by other hardware such as listed below.
This is the “M” version Longshine adapter driver. The wireless adapter called the Longshine LCD-813M shows in its hardware ID as being a “802.11g USB XRTM Wireless LAN USB Adapter” Check you hardware before you install the driver to ensure you have the correct hardware.
This is another generic version of the Longshine adapter range of drivers. The driver ID only shows as “802.11g USB 2.0 Wireless LAN”. You will note that you cannot use the Longshine LCS-8131G3 USB Wireless on other Longshine adapters as they are all unique in design. See the other listings for more Longshine adapters on this website.
The Longshine LCS-8131R Wireless adapter driver uses what is called the “ZyDAS ZD1201 802.11b Wireless LAN” which is int he inside of the driver file. note that this driver will not work on any of the other Longshine products even though this is the “R” version for the adapter. See the rest of this website for other version of the Longshine wireless adapter.
This is the “C” version of the Longshine wireless adapter range. You can see the complete list of Longshine adapters on this website. There is also the Longshine LCS-8131A version and the Longshine LCS-8131B version. listed. They will not work without the correct driver version for each. You cannot run “B” on the software of “C”. The driver is listed below.
The Longshine LCS-8131B Wireless adapter dirver is below and is almost the same as the Memorex CD-RW 4206 driver which has also been listed on this website. You will note that this is the “B” version of the adapter and you need to check if you have the A or the B version of the Longshine wireless adapter. The internal ID for this adapter shows as “Access Point USB Device Driver” and nothing more.
This is the adapter driver for the Longshine LCS-8131A wireless adapter. This USB Wireless Adapter lets you set up easily and operate a Wireless LAN compliant with 802.11 Standard. It operates in the license free 2.4 GHz ISM band and achieves a peak data rate of 11 Mbs.” Note its internal display name only shows USB Wireless Adapter and nothing else.