jack 17:39 05 Jan 09

This is an old chest nut
As I recall the primary difference between them is simply speed.
Is this so or is there more to it?
The reason I ask in further probling into why a new allinone software will not load into a ME machine
click here
In addition to the cannot run on this machine warning etc. and looking on web pages etc., I have come across 'USB 2computer' required.
The machine in question is a Tiny with USB1.
So if this is relevant would acquiring a USB2 PCI card to the trick?

  Jigsaw616 17:54 05 Jan 09

As long as your motherboard is new enough, you will be able to purchase a PCI card that plugs into the PCI bus on the motherboard.

Another option is a pci card that has a wire which connects to a set of pins on the motherboard in an arrangement something like this:


Depending on the age of your computer, and whether or not it has front USB ports it may be necessary to disconnect these to plug the card in.

Hope this helps

PS. If all else fails, the manufacturer's website should always help.

  jack 19:09 05 Jan 09

should always help
Not for Tiny it wont ;-}
Already in touch with Epson

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