Yes, I found it on another site, but only if you are using 32-bit.
Install the software as recommended. When you plug the unit into your computer, Windows will automatically install drivers for a Zoom audio device. If this happens, go into Device manager, open the drop down for sound cards, and delete the drivers for the zoom audio device. Plug the unit back into the computer, and when windows attempts to download the drivers again automatically, push the button to cancel, then browse for the drivers, and direct the program to the folder that you downloaded the D-Link drivers to.
Hope it helps.