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USB Driver for Networking - TI RNDIS

By heckfire ·
Does anyone know where I can download the USB driver known as TI RNDIS Network Adapter. I am networking one of my PCs via USB to my wireless router since it does not have a wireless card in it. Windows 2000 or XP will not find or load this driver.

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by TheChas In reply to USB Driver for Networking ...

Just to be sure I understand what you are trying to do:

You have a wireless router.

You are connecting a desktop PC to the router's USB port.

Correct?

Usually, you use this connection to connect a server or Internet Connection Sharing host to a wireless router.

Any way, have you checked the CD for the router?

Did you install the router driver BEFORE connecting the PC to the router?

With the exception of most flash drives, you usually need to install the USB device driver PRIOR to connecting the hardware to the PC.

Try disconnecting the router from the PC.

Install the router USB driver onto the PC.

Connect the PC to the router when directed to.

Chas

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by jondoe123 In reply to USB Driver for Networking ...

after a bit of searching i found what i was looking for. in my particular case, the TI RNDIS hardware was the Actiontec DSL modem from verizon (duh, i have a usb cable plugged into it). anyway, i just went to Actiontec's site and downloaded the appropriate driver. you have to install manually via update driver from hardware manager. hope this helps.

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