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Go to www.drivers-download.com and search for DL-0254103 from "Drivers Search". Or you can use an alternate site: www.prolific.com.tw Use this path: Download >> USB to Port Controllers I/O >> PL-2303 Software and Drivers.
try this. websearch-(belkin driver download). in search type-belkin f5u222 serial adapter and you will see your driver for windows 7. follow the instructions for the download. you may have to download driver navigator to help install.
It is discontinued, so you will most likely need to buy a new adapter as it is unlikely that there is a 64-bit driver available. Make sure that any adapter you buy has Vista 64-bit support. Try the following google search: "64-bit USB to serial adapter"
I will give you a easiest way for finding the drivers that you need foryour hardware.Just download the software named driver magician.Installit and it will search for the drivers that is not installed for thehardware you have through internet and will download it for you.
We're an EPSON repair center and I can tell you that typically the UB-S01 is the culprit. For the low cost of the part it would be much more expensive and time consuming to fix it. We throw them in the trash can.
If you want to avoid the damage from power on the card look at buying an APC PNET1. It protects CAT5 cables. Most EPSON UB-S01 adapaters are connected to a 25 pin to RJ45 adapter. The data is then sent through the CAT5 and converted back at the source end to RS232 DB9. If you place a PNET1 inline with the adapaters it should stop any future spikes on the card.