Updating ps2 drivers usb
Lillian, a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), is a technology enthusiast, longing to share the technical tips and solutions for computing.Also as a person who enjoys writing, she’s found the perfect match for writing and technology.The driver package that worked in Windows 8.1 and now Windows 10: I suspect this USB 2861 Device 5.8.306.0 – 3/6/2008 driver package hosted on the Microsoft Update Catalog is a newer driver release than the one I have working but I have not installed it so cannot confirm compatibility; in my mind, don’t fix something that ain’t broke…Other driver packages and installers that might help other frustrated Easy CAP users (some are duplicates but different driver versions), good luck!
All drivers available for download have been scanned by antivirus program.
Maintaining an extensive group of current drivers on your hard drive is nearly impossible, when you strive to manually find out and obtain every driver which requirements bringing up-to-date.
When PS/2 to USB Adapter gets bad various adverse effects may become noticeable, not the least of which may be a impeded or faltering internet association.
at this point most users bin it and go on with their lives… After a fortnight of driver hunting, driver conflicts, BSOD’s from resource conflicts and even ‘Windows driver paywalls’ – where you have to pay to download drivers for the Easy CAP – I got ‘my’ Easy CAP working as a video and sound capture device in Windows 8.1 (and Windows 10)!
Unfortunately there is no way to tell what variant you have until you open the package and check the Device Properties for that Unknown Device showing within the Windows Device Manager and at that point you then can start looking for drivers that may be ‘compatible’ with – definitely not designed for – Windows 8, 8.1 or 10.