20 Most Recent Sabrent (USB-UF6) (USBUF6) Serial Adapter Questions & Answers

Install the manufacturer's drivers not microsoft.

Sabrent... • Answered on Jan 11, 2008

yes, photos 101 I can answer most questions if the level. first off no photo editor does all formats of all camera's made. that is a fact. some come close with $300 software. you don't have. my guess is your camera uses the great TIFF format. no PC STATED, NOR OS VERSION, SO I CAN KNOW WHAT VERSION OF PAINT YOU HAVE. Windows 10 paint does tiff,giff,jpg and even bmp so it's not that. first off when moving photos off any camera made. look to see what the file names are the extensions. dm0101.tiff is TIFF. dm0101.bmp is BMP. see, ? the see if it is too big, many editors of photo can not do 50foot wide photos as some pro camera's can do. (CANON top brand)or NIKON. the camera has settings mode, set it to JPG or PNG mode and any editor can edit those. sabrent product my wild wild guess, next this name above is 3.5" extrernal USB flopy diskette reader that say your relic 2000 year, SONY 3.5" camera created . (yes they did that back in the day, ) and now you connect the 3.5" Sabrent and you can copy said fails ok, but failed to note the full file names. to see extensions you must tell nasty windows you want to. yes windows is PAIN, in this one regard. so you go to control panel. click file explorer options. then click VIEWS TAB. then click and uncheck hide file exemptions. (leave OS extensions alone below) after doing this great act (we do this step one new PC or OS) we can see what kind of photo is for the first time. then post that and we can edit anything or get GIMP, for free for windows.

Sabrent... • Answered on Apr 15, 2019

go to contol panel, devices and find sound,look for the drivers for this,Sabrent and remove them and reinstall them...which probably means downloading the from Sabrent web site unless you have a disc

Sabrent... • Answered on Sep 30, 2018

Plug it into a USB port and it should be seen by Explorer and listed as an external drive.

Sabrent... • Answered on Jan 25, 2018

Not knowing which product you need a driver for, I recommend going to there website and click on support; https://www.sabrent.com/support/ this will assist you with most questions you have.

Sabrent... • Answered on Nov 07, 2017

Usually you can follow the 30:30:30 rule. Turn off and hold the reset 30 seconds, then still holding the reset turn on and wait 30 seconds more, release and the unit will reboot in 30 seconds.

Sabrent... • Answered on May 09, 2015

Your floppy disk drive may be defective. Also, Some floppy drives are manufactured differently. Your best bet is to find another floppy drive to read your floppy disk. You can try to take it to the nearest computer store and ask them to read it for you. If they can read it at the computer store? The Sabrent drive you received if bad. If they cannot read it the floppy is bad. If the floppy is bad you can try to download free data recovery software to attempt to recover your data, files etc. Good luck

Sabrent... • Answered on Aug 19, 2014

The floppy disc drive doesn't show under "computer" in the left hand column, but I've found that by clicking on "computer" it's listed in the main window. From the "Microsoft Community"

Sabrent... • Answered on Jun 23, 2014

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