Hello all. I recently dug up my old purple 256 Mb EFA-Linker and have been trying to get it installed correctly for the better half of the day now. I will spare you the details of this adventure except what you need to know: I have a laptop running Windows 7. Having read about how the linker only works on computers with Windows XP, opted to go the Virtual Machine route via VirtualBox. As such I followed this tutorial: http://gbatemp.net/threads/using-virtualbox-to-manage-legacy-gba-flashcarts.275407/ I slowly figured my way through setting up VirtualBox using an old disk of Windows XP. I think that part is working now. The next hurdle was finding and installing the correct drivers for the EFA-Linker. I think I did that part correctly too, as I did the two separate installs and pointed them to the right files in the right folders that came with the software download. Now I get a green light on the linker when it is plugged in (I used Version 1.0, the EFA "Simple" version of the software after first trying the later versions which did not work). But for some reason when I run the client that came with it, it just keeps saying "No card found". I deleted and re-setup the VM, the drivers, and the software each a few times, to no avail. I'm really kind of stuck at this point, and after reading countless posts on the forum, I was not able to find any with a situation that matched mine, and broke down and decided to try posting here. Does anybody have any idea what might be the casue of this? Anything I'm missing? I would be in your debt forever. Thanks.