Author Topic: Com ports being used  (Read 7576 times)

dj0qn

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Re: Com ports being used
« Reply #15 on: 2011-10-13, 17:48:40 »
Well, all I can honestly say is that these drivers are the first ones I have seen that have
the problem with not being able to change the port in the "advanced" tab (or even show
an "advanced" tab, for that matter). I have tried on several computers with different Windows
versions with the same results, so I assume it is a design error somewhere.

No idea what the problem is, but there is indeed one!

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Re: Com ports being used
« Reply #16 on: 2011-10-13, 19:35:37 »
Then we are at least two not having a clue how it could be possible to design a driver, with purpose or not, so that it would prevent change of number! ;) The only thing I can think of is because it is a so called user mode driver, and further more a non-hardware related driver, but that seems as a very long shot.
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