USBGEAR USB 2.0 LINK & NETWORK CABLE

USER’S MANUAL

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

CHAPTER 1. OVERVIEW -----------------------------------------

1.1 Introduction -------------------------------------------------------

1.2 Key Features -----------------------------------------------------

1.3 Specifications -----------------------------------------------------

1.4 System Requirements ------------------------------------------

1.5 Package Contents -----------------------------------------------

 

CHAPTER 2. PC SOFTWARE INSTALLATION -------------

2.1 SuperLink software installation ---------------------------

2.2 Virtual Network software installation--------------------------------

 

CHAPTER 3. PC HARDWARE INSTALLATION -------------

3.1 Virtual Network Driver Installation for Windows XP-------

3.2 SuperLink Driver Installation for Windows XP---------------

 

 

CHAPTER 4. QUESTION AND ANSWERS -------------------

 

 

CHAPTER 1. OVERVIEW

 

1.1  Introduction

USB 2.0 LINK & NETWORK CABLE provides Host-to-Host Networking and linking solution for two or more USB hosts of PC /Notebook, Designed with the proprietary power-saving technology and auto detecting and switching method between USB High-Speed (HS, USB 2.0 interface) and USB Full-Speed(FS, USB 1.1 interface) *the cable enables the host to run under the appropriate speed

 

The USB 2.0 NETWORK CABLE provides two software provide for end-user application:

1.      SuperLink mode:

Two independent PC hosts can therefore exchange data or information through this proprietary software package by as easy as one simple drag&drop operation between two-computer system

2.      Virtual Network mode:

developed to be an NDIS-compliant solution by emulating a virtual LAN interoperability among peer-to-peer end-users' computers. The VirtualNet provides a single-chip solution for networking two or more computers via their USB ports. It is inherently incompatible to connect two PCs together via a simple USB cable.

 

 

 

1.2 Key Features

l        Full compliance with USB 2.0 and 1.1 standards

l        Host-to-Host file transfer

l        Data transfer rate: up to 480 Mb

l        No external power and low power consumption

l        Easy plug and play installation

l        Sharing resources, such as printers, CD-ROM, modems, scanners

l        TCP/IP protocol support

 

1.3 Specifications

l          Compatibility the USB 2.0 High speed and full speed 

l          Only use the bus power

l          Cable length 1500 mm (standard), available up to 2500mm

 

1.4 System Requirements

l          OS: Windows 98/SE/ME/2000/XP

l          CD-ROM Drive (for driver installation)

l          One free standard USB 1.1 or USB 2.0 Port

 

1.5 Package Contents

l   USB 2.0 NETWORK CABLE X 1

l     CD-ROM (Driver/ Application / Manual) X 1

 

 

 

CHAPTER 2. PC SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

 

2.1 SuperLink mode Software Installation

Windows XP

(1) Please put CD-ROM into CD-ROM driver.

(2) Autorun function will be executed as below.

(If not, please execute CD-ROM’s “autorun.exe” file in root directory.)

(3) Please click “Install Driver ”.

 

(4) Choose your language and click “Next”

 

 

 

 

 

(5) Choose USB SuperLink Adapter and click “Next”

 

 

(6) Selects your directory and click ”Next”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(7) Click “Continue Anyway”

 

(7) Installation complete, please click “Finish”

 

Driver Installation

1. Windows will install the standard USB PC-to-PC bridge driver. When the Found New Hardware Wizard opens, Select the option to Install from a list or specific location(Advanced) and then click Next.

2. Browse driver locations and then click Next.

3. Click Continue Anyway in the following window.

4. Click “Finish”.

 

 

 

 

2.2 Virtual Network mode Software Installation

Windows XP

(1) Please put CD-ROM into CD-ROM driver.

(2) Autorun function will be executed as below.

(If not, please execute CD-ROM’s “autorun.exe” file in root directory.)

(3) Please click “Install Driver ”.

 

(4) Choose your language and click “Next”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(5) Choose USB Virtual Network Adapter and click “Next”

 

(6) Selects your directory and click ”Next”

 

 

 

(7) Click “Continue Anyway”

(8) Click “Finish”

 

CHAPTER 3. PC HARDWARE INSTALLATION

Driver Installation

 

3.1 Virtual Network Driver Installation for Windows XP

 

1. Windows will install the standard USB PC-to-PC bridge driver. When the Found New Hardware Wizard opens, Select the option to Install from a list or specific location(Advanced) and then click Next.

2. Browse driver locations and then click Next.

3. Click Continue Anyway in the following window.

4. Click Finish.

 

3.2 SuperLink Driver Installation for Windows XP

 

1. Windows will install the standard USB PC-to-PC bridge driver. When the Found New Hardware Wizard opens, Select the option to Install from a list or specific location(Advanced) and then click Next.

2. Browse driver locations and then click Next.

3. Click Continue Anyway in the following window.

4. Click Finish.

 

CHAPTER 5. QUESTION AND ANSWERS

 

1. Q: How to confirm if USB 2.0 NETWORK CABLE hardware is installed properly?

 

A: Super Link Mode:

Under Win98 / SE / ME

You can check to the Control Panel / System / Device Manager /

Universal Serial Bus controllers/USB Super Link Adapter

Under Win 2000 / XP

You can check to the Control Panel / System / Hardware /

Device Manager / Universal Serial Bus controllers/USB Super Link Adapter

 

Virtual Network mode

Under Win98 / SE / ME

You can check to the Control Panel / System / Device Manager /

Network adapter/USB Virtual Network Adapter

Under Win 2000 / XP

You can check to the Control Panel / System / Hardware /

Device Manager / Network adapter/USB Virtual Network Adapter

 

 

2.Q: Why can’t I reinstall driver

A: Because The USB 2.0 NETWORK CABLE plug your USB host please pull the cable and uninstall the old driver then reinstall new driver