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...i donno what just happened. Anyways, im curious if my g1 will would with windows 7. Im currently running it and the linkpc program on laptop with xp. I want to get a better laptop, the one im looking at has windows 7. from what ive read is that the ecu i have would only work with widows 98 or ME. But....i have it on XP already.

Will it work on Windows 7.

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Bruce.

I don't think he's been successful at this stage yet.  Should be as simple as loading up the software, installing drivers, having a USB to Serial adapter that works (if you are not using a native serial port)... And hey presto!  For some strange reason, Win7 and some laptops/adapters are just very unlucky... But that is rare.

Can you define "I can't install the drivers"...

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I am also having the same problem in which I cannot seem to get my laptop to communicate with my link ecu. I was able to successfully install the drivers but when i plug the ecu into my laptop via usb comlink the laptop does not seem to recognize the device and asks to install drivers when in fact i already had installed the drivers. will converting to windows xp solve all communicating problems?

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I think the catch here is that you are using a old ComLink the comlink drivers won't be geared for windows 7. You might need to look for updated drivers or use the serial connection and a USB adapter.

 

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