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This tiny Plug-and-Play compatible device attaches directly to a USB port on your PC or hub via a standard USB Type A connector. Simply connect a Category 5 Ethernet network cable into the Compact USB 2.0 10/100 Network Adapter's RJ-45 port, install the included device driver, and you're networked.
The Compact USB 2.0 10/100 Network Adapter is bus-powered, drawing power from the host PC so it requires no external power cord. It features easy-to-read LEDs, compact design, a 1-year limited warranty, and free world-class technical support.
Bought specifically to connect older TiVo series 2 to my network. Worked right out of the box.Published 10 months ago by Scott Maxwell
Worked very well to hook up my old-school Tivo to my wired ethernet network.Published 12 months ago by Hepamorphonic
Exactly what I needed. My old one went bad after 5 years. I use it for my old TiVoPublished 17 months ago by Michael A. Dean
Works perfect when working with the original Tivo's and you need an internet connection. The device is plug and play so, not much you need to do and it is working.Published 22 months ago by Bill Dow, PMP
We bought this so many years ago I can't even recall anymore. It is compatible with the TiVO series 2. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Gadget Junky
I work in IT and sometimes when you rebuild a PC the network card drivers are missing. This makes getting around that very easy. Read morePublished on May 15, 2012 by Scott Juffe