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Where or how do I get the serial port on my R/W 19000 Easy Import to recongnize a USB port?????

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  • Czimm Dec 19, 2007

    I purchase the kenmore r/w 19000 2 years ago, I received a box with no instructions, card or cable. Then I ordered the cable. Should there also be a connection for power? No software cam with it so how do you get it installed?

    Cathy

  • drazil Jan 29, 2008

    Cathy,

    you should have gotten everything when you ordered it. It should have a power cord connector and software is really important to get it installed. I finally got my working had to use a differant computer than I planned on (installed onto my old, old computer, because of USB port problem). Hope you get yours going, it really is nice once it works.

    Drazuk

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Buy a USB to Serial Adapter. I bought one made by IOGEAR and have had not problems,

http://www.iogear.com/main.php?loc=product&Item=GUC232A&PHPSESSID=119a3d80d289daeb12185ff1ee32e7ff

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