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2 Port FireWire 400 ExpressCardUser ManualEnglishLINDY No. 51500www.lindy.com© LINDY ELECTRONICS LIMITED & LINDY-ELEKTRONIK GMBH - FIRST EDITION (May 2006)

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1. IntroductionThank you for purchasing the LINDY 2 Port FireWire 400 ExpressCard. With thiscard you can easily add two IEEE1394a FireWire 400 ports to your Notebookcomputer.The card features a 1 x 2.5Gbps ExpressCard/34 interface and supports FireWire transferrates of 400, 200 & 100 Mbps.1.1. FeaturesƒƒƒCompliant with PCI Express Specification, revision 1.0a1-lane 2.5Gbps ExpressCard/34 host interface1.3mm DC power jack for optional 12V DC Power Adapter1.1.1. 1394a Interface (FireWire 400)ƒ

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2. Software InstallationTo use the FireWire ExpressCard, the host computer must be equipped with one freeExpressCard slot.2.1. Windows 2000 installation1. Insert the card into an available ExpressCard slot.2. When the wizard indicates that it has found a driver for the device, click 'Next'.3. The wizard will now copy the required files to the system and start the driver. Afterstarting the driver, the wizard will display a completion dialog, click 'Finish' to exitthe wizard.2.2. Windows XP instal

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2.4. Windows 98SE installation1. Insert the card into an available ExpressCard slot.2. The Hardware Wizard will display that it has found a ' Texas Instruments OHCICompliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller'. Click 'Next'.3. Select 'Search for the best driver for your device [Recommended]' and click 'Next'.4. Make sure that only the 'Floppy disk drives' checkbox is checked and click 'Next'.5. Select the 'Updated driver (Recommended)' option and choose 'TexasInstruments OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Con

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WEEE (Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment), Recycling of Electronic ProductsUnited KingdomIn 2006 the European Union introduced regulations (WEEE) for the collection and recycling of all waste electrical and electronicequipment. It is no longer allowable to simply throw away electrical and electronic equipment. Instead, these products must enterthe recycling process.Each individual EU member state has implemented the WEEE regulations into national law in slightly different ways. Please

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