Описание: The D-Link DSB-650 is an IEEE 802.3 10Mb Ethernet Adapter specifically designed to plug into an available Universal Serial Bus USB port connecting to a desktop or laptop PC running Microsoft Windows 98. The DSB-650 is targeted at computer users that wish to connect to a 10Mb Ethernet LAN using the convenience and ease of USB. Updated to support Windows XP
DSB-H3SP » Driver for Win98/ME - The D-Link DSB-H3SP is a Universal Serial Bus USB Hub with 3 USB ports, 1 parallel printer port, and 1 serial port. It allows a user to connect up to three USB peripherals or devices, a parallel printer, and a serial device to their USB ready Windows 98 P
DSB-H4SMK » Driver for Win98 - The D-Link DSB-H4SMK is a 4-port Universal Serial Bus USB hub with 2 additional PS/2 ports for connection of a keyboard and mouse, and 1 RS-232 serial port for connection of a serial device. It allows a user to connect up to four USB peripherals or device
Look RS232 - Look RS232 is a tool for debugging computer connection with peripheral devices using COM port, such as modem, mini-ATS, projector etc. Its easy to use interface guarantees an easy work with Com-port.
Bus Driver - In Bus Driver PC driving game, your job is to transport passengers around an attractive and realistic city. You must drive to a timetable on a planned route, whilst obeying traffic rules, and taking care not to upset or injure your passengers.
Fast Link Checker 1.5, Well-Linked Site - Fast Link Checker addresses the problem of checking links between files and pages on a website of any size and complexity. It works just like a «web-crawler»: starts from an arbitrary page and goes through all links until all links within your site are analyzed; then, Fast Link Checker provides you with a detailed
Fast Link Checker: Get Rid of Dead Links - A dead link on a website is a lot more than a 404 error page or a blank square instead of an image. — That’s a ruined user experience, depreciated search engine rate and, in the long run, less profit received than was expected. But is the damage worth the problem? What does it take