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Anyone been ripped off by this company?

I think a class action suit might get the theives at the companys attention...has anyone else been ripped off by this company with this stupid usb card ???

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Yup, its the stupid card!

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Re: anyone been ripped off by this company?

Call Manufacturers and see what they have to say. If they are useless, Sue them.

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IEEE 1394 card will not install in windows XP SP3. There are no drivers available from the company.

Tough One... But I did manage to find where they went; it seems you need to be a member, for additional information. As a registered user of PPA International, you should be able to request a link for the driver. Give it a try, register for the newsgroup e-mail and then use the 'contact us' feature to request the location and or link to the archived driver, it never hurts to ask..

ppa Int'l or cut/paste the link into your Browser:

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I have tryed different universal ac adapter to get power with card. Did not work. What name brand should I try.

power should run thru the laptop to the card if not i would try the company that made it website they should have replacement power cables

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Talking about cyprus study

“Where are you studying abroad?”
“What? Why?”
I have this conversation approximately three times a week about my impending semester abroad.
Usually, I just tell people that Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants inspired me to go to Greece, and Cyprus was a slightly more affordable close option. (Which is partially true. How could you not want to be Alexis Bledel, riding her bicycle around open markets wearing billowy dresses and falling in?)
But the real truth is this.
I can’t say that the curriculum at the tiny University of Nicosia is going to be educationally life-changing. Technology, internet, and media do not make waves in Cyprus. For five months, I will have absolutely zero income and will not tie myself down with an internship. I certainly won’t be making industry contacts for the future, and I sort of doubt my classes are going to teach me anything cutting edge. I have no knowledge of the Greek language and will not be anywhere close to fluent five months later (upon my return I intend on knowing how to say “bathroom” and “beer”).
But I’m only going to be a 20-year-old college junior once. I’ll have several more decades to practice my Chinese or understand the international economy. Who says every experience has to make direct deposits into your academic or vocational life? This is my one chance to be in a country where I know nothing and no one. I’ve already been to a handful of Asian countries, and I’m craving some straight culture shock. When else will I have the time to spend five months abroad? My parents surely won’t support me in nonacademic trips post-graduation. I certainly can’t pack up my bags and go when I’m in my 20s.
It’s my chance just to live my life — not Teresa the Communication major or Teresa the budding social media professional or Teresa the freelance writer. It doesn’t have to fall into any of those categories. Going to Cyprus can be living MY life, unadulterated. Immersing myself in an entirely different culture: the people, the food, the sights, the sounds. Learning from my peers who aren’t all from the same UC program. Experiencing an entirely new kind of independence. Trust me, it took a lot of self-justification at first, but I realized: there’s nothing, nothing wrong in simply indulging in something I want.
And Cyprus is what I want. (The fact that it is home to halloumi, the only grillable cheese in existence, is just icing on the cake.)
I explained this all to my very skeptical “but why aren’t you going to China? isn’t Cyprus a third world country?” dad in a four-page e-mail. He responded:

My lovely daughter, I am so happy to see you have an independent thinking couple with a reasonable thinking logic. Go ahead to apply for this program as you planned!
So if you’re thinking about studying abroad: PLEASE GO, and go where you want to. I think going abroad anywhere will be a memorable and monumental experience, but why not be in the exact place you want to be? Not every decision in your life has to be 100% rational or relevant to your future life plans. Sometimes you should do something because it just makes sense to you.
That’s why I’m spending five months on a little Mediterranean island. ‘Cause frankly, people who eat a lot of cheese make plenty of sense to me.

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Adaptec fire connect 4300 problems

Hi there i had just seen your problem 
try to remove the programm you had installed and then reinstall the windows by the cd that came with your pc/lap but when inserting it make restart and press any key to boot from cd then press R in order to repair 

attention : never install a windows different than your pc/lap company ex: dell have dell windowses

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The qw is an older device that doesn't have Windows Vista support.  Assuming you are running Vista, you will need the HS version.  Here is a link to the current Keyspan USB support, verify Vista support before purchasing:  USB Connectivity & Device Servers

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Did i just get ripped off?

Did you install the latest drivers for this device? Download and install the latest dell drivers and firware for the cardbus controller. Make sure you are using dell drivers, not microsoft from windows update.

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