To assure its continued success, Gemini has further increased it’s [sic] exposure to retailers and consumers alike with innovative marketing and a successful brand[-]building strategy. The For Dummies brand was recently added to Gemini’s stable of product lines. With it’s [sic] recognizable brand name, For Dummies compliments [sic] the current Gemini brand profile that includes such strong brand names as Philips, Magnavox, Philips Magnavox, Zenith, and Southwestern Bell Freedom Phone. The company’s multi-tiered brand strategy is an affirmation of Gemini’s commitment to maintain it’s [sic] leadership position. —Gemini: Marketers of Brand Name Accessories — About Us (www.gemini-usa.com)
Here’s the e-mail I just sent to technical support:
I am unable to install the Gemini Recoil PC gamepad (GGE908) on my Dell Inspiron 700m.
When I first plug it in, I get “USB Device Not Recognized”. When I follow the Windows dialog boxes, Windows can’t find any drivers on the CD included with your product.
When I run the “setup.exe” program on the CD, it runs through a wizard and adds a folder to my Start menu, but the only thing in that folder is “uninstall”.
I checked http://www.gemini-usa.com/gemini/support.asp and found a driver to download, but the zipped file on that site is password protected.
I’ve gone through the Windows troubleshooting guides several times, with no help.
I have restarted my computer and rerun “setup.exe” several times.
A few seconds after I pushed “send,” the following appeared in my inbox:
<firstname.lastname@example.org>: 188.8.131.52 does not like recipient.
Remote host said: 550 5.7.1 Unable to relay for email@example.com
Giving up on 184.108.40.206.
Time to get the receipt and send that sad puppy back to Wal*Mart.