The drivers for a Cardbus (PCMCIA) card that gives me 2 USB 2.0 ports are on the hard disk from my old laptop. I have lost the driver CD. I have a way to get files from that other hard disk. Which files do I need?
The drivers for the card used to be on the following website - the information is still there, except the download links don't work: http://www.ht-link.com/en/DownView.asp?ID=10 - The drivers I need are the first listing - The Win XP drivers for the HT-112NEC. My e-mails to them have not been answered. The information on this card is here http://www.ht-link.com/en/ProductView.asp?ID=106
I already tried connecting that other drive to my new laptop (via USB) and adding the drive to the search criteria when selecting update driver in the Device Manager. It says there isn't a better match, and if I select manual the matching device is not listed. (I don't think "manual" sees drivers on the external hard disk - but only ones on the main drive and/or found listed in the registry.) I would try 'have disk' if I knew exactly what file to point to on the external drive. The drivers are on that hard disk - I installed them there, and used that card on that computer.
The new laptop has Windows XP Pro SP3, the old one had Pro SP2
Thanks for any help.
Update: I searched e:\windows (sub directories, including system files & hidden files) for any .inf files containing "ht-link," and there were no matches.
Update: I used a utility to see what files were different between c:\Windows\System32\drivers and that directory on e:. I still can't tell which files might be the drivers. I copied the following files from drive e: (that didn't exist on c:) - hidusb.sys, usbccgp.sys, usbprint.sys, usbscan.sys, and wpdusp.sys. Selecting manual driver selection in the Device Manager revealed no new options. Those are probably SP2 files, replaced in SP3, or I don't know what they are.