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I am trying to use a USB to RS232 adaptor between my laptop and a datalogger.
The adaptor is coming up as a human interface device and will not allow the
program for the data logger to connect as the program is looking for a port.
The laptop is completely void of 'ports' as such, as it only has USB
connections driven by the PCMCIA.
The company that supplied the adaptor says I should be able to create a port
and route the adaptor to it. Anyone have any ideas on how to do that?
Thanks.
 
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Think problem could be in a client software.
USB-COM adapters use to create something like COM5 .. COM9
while many COM-port clients are limited to COM1/COM2.
(btw; why HID? I've used FTDI USB-COM adapter and the device apeared in
the DeviceManager's list as a COM-port)
What brand is your USB adapter?


"Dekka00" <Dekka00@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:BB692104-D2A1-4033-8354-7B0E3C1D9A98@microsoft.com...
>I am trying to use a USB to RS232 adaptor between my laptop and a
>datalogger.
> The adaptor is coming up as a human interface device and will not
> allow the
> program for the data logger to connect as the program is looking for a
> port.
> The laptop is completely void of 'ports' as such, as it only has USB
> connections driven by the PCMCIA.
> The company that supplied the adaptor says I should be able to create
> a port
> and route the adaptor to it. Anyone have any ideas on how to do that?
> Thanks.
>
 

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