I aquired the e-100 by accident. I have the manual, cradle, adapter and original cd's I have tried numerous times to install "internet explorer" on to a compact flash card AND the stinker...a corel graphics program to the rom drive to the unit. I cannot "launch" or find either prorgam on any of the media, using the e-100 stand alone. Possibly......what am I doing wrong?
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Just today I was able to get PhotoSuite 4 to work in Windows 8. PhotoSuite 4 (P.S. 4) is dependent upon Internet Explorer 5 (I.E. 5) browser for its content/software to work. The original P.S. 4 CD has I.E. 5 installer, I tried to install and the install quit with a check box to force install of all components. Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 8 was not affected in any way, that's how I got back here anyway. I have read ton's of suggestions and one mentioned I.E. Browser dependency and walla it was the answer that took me ten minutes to get it up and running. P.S. 4 worked in windows 7 (update), not full install for me so I assume original I.E 5 files were replaced full install windows 8. Good luck!
Hi, the AC adapter connects through a wire that hangs out of one of the legs. You can see the complete instructions, including a diagram, in the owner's manual, which you can download from Fisher Price:
This device is well known for the high level of current draw that it requires in order to work. I would suggest that you remove all other unnecessary USB devices and try the device again. It is more than likely that your system will find the device.
The quickest way of ensuring continued usage, when you have numerous USB devices, is to purchased a powered USB hub and ensure that the Wireless adapter is connected to one of the powered USB ports on the hub.
Go under your start menu and click on windows update, and when it pulls up internet explorer click on custom install and you'll see all the updates click on hardware and see if windows can install the driver.
I f you have the original cd, take a time and don't select the option "let windows find the file" Select..... Specify a Location. Click Browse. Browse the folder in your CD (provided by the manufacturer)
Open the folders (all of them to find the correct drive) and choose the driver for your wireless card. The driver Is inside for sure.(If you have the right cd)
Another tip is check it out on the cd if you have some Setup.exe to run the application. In that case, double click on Setup exe.
I had to re-install Version 1.1 of My Sirius Studio from original CD that came with my Stilletto 100 as the most recent Version of My Sirius Studio did not recognize my Stilletto when I plugged the USB into my PC, when I re-installed Version 1.1 over the newer version, I shut down the Stilletto by holding down the power swith for 5 seconds then powered back up while holding down the Options and Display buttons at same time until the screen asked me to plug the USB cable into PC to recover. I did this and about 5 minutes later the the software/firmware was re-installed in my SL 100. I then plugged SL 100 into antenna and selected satellite radio, took about 1 minute to re-aquire the station ID's and Icons then I selected Sirius Hits 1 then everythings was back to normal, other than I lost all of my stored songs and recordings, but at least my SL 100 is operational again.
It sounds like the driver for the USB network device is not loaded correctly. So, you'll need to reinstall it from scratch. Unplug everything, install the software, then reattach the usb cable to the PC.
The other thing is, did you DISABLE the network adapter that was already in your PC when you added the USB network adapter? If not, you need to do that. If they are both active but only one is connected, the system could still be trying to use the other network adapter and tying up the resources in the process.