“setup”. § At this time, do not plug in the DSB-R100 to the computer yet. Notice that there are no drivers for Windows XP, the Windows 2000 drivers should work for Windows XP but bear in mind that this is a beta driver for Windows XP and some functionality may not work in §...
§ Click Install. § Depending on which port the DSB-R100 sound in is plugged in to; this is where the selection is made. Be sure the right option is selected or the radio will not produce any sound. Click Next.
If it is desired to have the radio come on as soon as the computer is booted up then select the “add radio program to startup group”, otherwise uncheck this option. Click Next. § Click Finish to complete the software installation. § Plug in the DSB-R100 and a new hardware is detected. - 3 -...
§ Choose “Install from a specific location” and click Next. § Select “Include this location in the search” and click the browse button. § Then select the folder where you extracted the DSB-R100 drivers. § Click OK. - 4 -...
§ Click Next to Continue. § Choose the D-Link USB FM Radio and click “next”. - 5 -...
§ Click on “Continue anyway”. § Click Finish to complete the driver installation. - 6 -...
§ To start the software, go to Start > Programs > D-link USB radio to open up the program. § It may be desirable to not have this displayed every time the application starts, check “Never show this message again” if that is the case.
Please be advised that Windows XP may not show the volume controls or the volume bar as active on the DSB-R100 GUI interface. Volume control is done with Windows’ default volume controls. Get to the following screen by doub-clicking the speaker icon next to the time on the Windows task bar.
D-Link provides free technical support for customers within the United States during the warranty period on this product. U.S. customers can contact D-Link Technical Support through our web site, or by phone. D-Link Technical Support over Telephone : (800) 758-5489 24 hours a day, seven days a week.