We have three machines using this software and only 1 worked properly. I’ll respond with results as soon as I have any. Remove From My Forums. Is there any solution? They show up in device manager as “Generic Serial Prototype remember to change idvendor “. I did call the company and their response is that is usually works for everyone and they have no idea what to do about it.
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Is there any solution? So please use COM You will need a driver for each and every connection that you want to build.
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Remove From My Forums. Assume you have generic serial prototype-remember to change idvendor own vendor id which you can put into PicoCOMs registry? I also have the serial port on our PicoMOD6.
The error message is still existing, but doesn’t matter at the moment. The error message is still existing, However if you have some special device there e. They show seeial in device manager as “Generic Serial Prototype remember to change idvendor “.
Prototype-rekember, on A5 boards COM9: We upgrade the drivers – please use attached drivers and register settings. Thank you for your understanding. I hope you can answer my a simple question: Office Office Exchange Server.
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Hello, strange because vendor id and product id of this device are complete different to PicoCOMs default. Thank you for replying, Leo.
Idvfndor think you don’t have to install a driver for USB-Sticks or are they already included in the desktops-Windows? I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling several times in different USB ports with the computer both docked and undocked.
You can virtually connect anything to everything. This means you have to install a driver if you want to use such a connection.
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Windows 7 IT Pro. On two of the computer we have, the device connected fine through WMDC, but the other two did not. USB is a really universal connection system.
I did call the company and their response is that is usually works for everyone and they have no idea what to do about it. Friday, November 25, 5: I have “installed” the serial port and when I look in the device manager, I find the virtual COM port.