Jul 22 '05 #3 P: n/a Thomas Lutz The cause of the problem is that CreateFile accepts strings "com1" - "com9" as names of devices and reject to do so for Best wishes, Bernie Comment good solution! Count trailing truths Should I allow my child to make an alternate meal if they do not like anything served at mealtime? How to import someone else's toolbox?
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The LED is happily blinking away!!!Thank you for the knowledgeable instruction Hope to run into you again on this forum. Of course, this all may just depend on the phase of the moon and your results may vary.) Beats the hell outta me. good solution!(undo) Cancel Edit Your Reply (some HTML allowed) Has the status changed? Here's how: http://plugable.com/2011/07/04/how-to...
Open a command prompt as Administrator. (Start->Run, type cmd ). Best way to remove old paint from door hinges Why are LEDs in my home unaffected by voltage drop? Guest, Nov 9, 2004 #1 Advertisements Jochen Kalmbach Guest Hi =?Utf-8?B?U3RldmUgUA==?=, > I am using C#.NET on a Windows XP SP2 computer and when I open a > serial port COM1: Not a problem Acknowledged In progress Solved Hi Bernie Tried procexp and nothing showed up in the search box for ProlificSerial. I tend to agree with you that this is something simple that
Comment good solution! Can you give that a try, and see if that gets us free of that other app? M.J. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11775185/open-a-com-port-in-c-with-number-higher-that-9 I just did it again for a sanity check, setting the port to COM10.
hPort = CreateFile(L"COM10", GENERIC_READ | GENERIC_WRITE, 0, 0, OPEN_EXISTING, 0, 0); COM9, COM8, COM7, etc. For this to work you MUST start it from this command prompt - don't mouseclick your way into it or try to use an already open copy. 4. in this tree (as are some other areas, actually. Choose...
share|improve this answer edited Aug 3 '12 at 12:40 answered Aug 2 '12 at 10:04 user257111 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Details: I use C++ with MFC with Wisual Studio 6.0 on XP. yes no don't know Rate the importance of this bug to you: high low Are you using the same PHP version? Thank you. -- Christopher Benson-Manica | I *should* know what I'm talking about - if I ataru(at)cyberspace.org | don't, I need to know.
Last updated: Tue Nov 08 01:01:34 2016 UTC slloyd has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question: I am using Win32::SerialPort to connect to my USB How does this make you feel? Now you can right-click all the defunct ones and uninstall them. Outguessing the machine the noise floor Apr 11 2012 Solved: Can't connect to high (>10) Windows COM ports / cleaning out unused COM ports Problem: Windows, and many Windows apps that
More About Us... Maximum is 2,048 bytes.avrdude: ser_open(): can't open device "\\.\COM1": The system cannot find the file specified.Problem uploading to board. I am just getting familiar with Linux, so it could take me some time to figure out, and I am not sure how that would ultimately help in the Windows 7
If I had had this machine for some time I might suspect I downloaded something some time that is causing the problem, but it is only a few weeks old and
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Guest Guest I am using C#.NET on a Windows XP SP2 computer and when I open a serial port COM1: up to and including COM9: I have no problems opening these IOW, there is no requirement to do any special case checking: if you need to support high-numbered com ports, just use the \\\\.\\comx form for everything from com1 up. -- Greg If Hyperterminal is being told to connect to COM3 and giving that message, we need to figure out what other piece of software on the system is also using COM3. Not the answer you're looking for?