The GMUS-03 is a type of driver used to unite USB plug-and-play devices with a serial adapter communication port. They are commonly, but not exclusively, used by computer users with Windows XP and earlier versions going as far back as Windows 95. These drivers link certain types of cell phones, fax modems, cameras, PDAs, notebooks and GPS devices to laptops. GMUS-03s are not the only hardware connectors that meet the need, but if you have one, there is a simple way to install it.
Things You'll Need
- GMUS-03 device driver
Click "Start" and then "Control Panel."
Click "Add Hardware" to bring up the "Add Hardware Wizard" and then click "Next." Follow the prompts to add the GMUS-03 driver to your computer system. If you have an installation disk for the driver, click "Cancel" and use the installation disk to complete the installation. If you experience problems with this task, proceed to step 4.
Download the hotfix for Windows by clicking on the link "Hotfix for Video Driver Installation" located in the Resource section below. If you still experience problems, proceed to step 5.
Contact the manufacturer of the GMUS-03 driver and ask for assistance or a product replacement.
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