Universal Access Device vs. Operating Systems ( Microsoft Windows™)

  Windows
98SE
Windows
ME
Windows
NT4.0*
Windows
2000*
Windows
XP
Universal Access Device (UAD)
  via ParallelPort
ok ok ok ok ok
Universal Access Device (UAD)
  via IEEE1394-OHCI
ok ok   ok ok
Universal Access Device 2 (UAD2)
  via USB-UHCI
ok ok   ok ok
Universal Access Device 2+ (UAD2+)
  via IEEE1394-OHCI
ok ok   ok ok
Universal Access Device 2+ (UAD2+)
  via USB-UHCI
ok ok   ok ok
Universal Access Device 2compact (UAD2compact)
  via USB-UHCI
ok ok   ok ok

The usage of a dongle and the Universal Access Device at the same time on the same parallel port is not possible, because in some cases the simultaneous usage of the dongle disturbs the communication to the Universal Access Device. We strongly recommend either to use dongle on the second parallel port or to communicate with the Universal Access Device via the IEEE1394-OHCI (Firewire®) interface (supported in Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP).


 

fast-PC67C/PCI vs. Operating Systems ( Microsoft Windows™)

  Windows
98SE
Windows
ME
Windows
NT4.0*
Windows
2000*
Windows
XP
Universal Debug Engine (UDE)
  with fast-PC67C/PCI
    ok ok ok
Universal Debug Engine (UDE)
  with fast-PC276C/PCI
      ok ok


 

fast-PC65C/PCMCIA vs. Operating Systems ( Microsoft Windows™)

  Windows
98SE
Windows
ME
Windows
NT4.0*
Windows
2000*
Windows
XP
Universal Debug Engine (UDE)
  with fast-PC65C/PCMCIA
    ok ok ok


 

fast-PC65C/PCMCIA adapters vs. Operating Systems ( Microsoft Windows™)

 

  Windows
98SE
Windows
ME
Windows
NT4.0*
Windows
2000*
Windows
XP
Swap-Box® SBI-D2P (Cardware™ for Windows NT4.0 required)
  ISA Slot version, 2x internal front slot type I, II, III
ok ok ok ok  
P111 (Cardbus comp.)
  PCI Slot version, 1x internal rear slot type I, II, III
ok ok   ok  
P222 (Cardbus comp.)
  PCI Slot version, 2x internal rear slot type I, II, III
ok ok   ok  

The fast-PC65C/PCMCIA card has been successfully tested for PCMCIA Rel 2.1 compatibility. The usage of the fast-PC65C/PCMCIA card in desktop personal computers is possible and has been tested.


*Windows NT4.0 SP6 or higher; Windows 2000 SP2 or higher required


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