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APC Smart 1500VA w/PowerChute+ VS WIndows 7 x64

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APC Smart 1500VA w/PowerChute+ VS WIndows 7 x64

This was originally posted on APC forums on 8/27/2011


Hello,
Today I bought this device and I realized that Windows 7 doesn't install drivers for USB-Serial Controller, Does this drivers exist?


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Re: APC Smart 1500VA w/PowerChute+ VS WIndows 7 x64

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 8/29/2011


are you using an APC USB to serial adapter or did you buy your own? what APC serial cable are you using? the part number is usually engraved on the connector.

most USB to serial adapters come with drivers if that's what you are using.

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Re: APC Smart 1500VA w/PowerChute+ VS WIndows 7 x64

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 8/29/2011


are you using an APC USB to serial adapter or did you buy your own? what APC serial cable are you using? the part number is usually engraved on the connector.

most USB to serial adapters come with drivers if that's what you are using.