I'm trying to install a "multimedia cordless kit", as it's called, on my machine but Windows (2000 pro sp4) fails to install it properly.
The cordless kit is a dixall DIX-9001-URF, available from www.dixall.com
The kit comes with a driver disk containing three .inf files (usbwin2k.inf,usbwinme.inf
inf) and some other files.
When I plug the device in, Windows seem to recognize the device type (the "Found New Hardware" window pops up saying it's found a "USB Multimedia Cordless Kit"). Then the "New Hardware Wizard" opens up and suggests me to search for a suitable driver for the device.
That's where the problems start : After telling Windows which locations to search (floppy disk, ...), it keeps saying it could not find an appropriate driver although the driver disk was in.
I think it finds and reads the .inf files but, for some reasons, decides they're not the good ones.
I tried to copy the files to the hard drive to make sure it wasn't due to an hardware problem (like bad sectors on floppy or something...) but it didn't look like.
I noticed the driver disk contained some .exe files, which I executed, but none of these seemed to install the driver either.
Thanks in advance