Re: N1MM Rotor
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I appreciate that some of you are new to the world of Com/Serial/RS232 ports. Sadly, they have been around forever and it would be great if the Radios staring using a newer technology (oh, like TCP/IP) instead of 1/2 century old com ports. LOL
This might be more helpful.
You may also have to go find and delete stale com ports https://www.rttycontesting.com/tutorials/removing-hidden-com-ports/
Once you have deleted some of the ones you no longer require, you can do this:
My serial device requires a specific COM port to function, how do I change this in Windows?
Some serial devices require a specific COM port number to function. In these cases, consult the manual of your serial device to determine the correct number to use.
To change the COM port number of a serial device in Device Manager, complete the following:
Note: Multiple serial ports cannot share the same COM port number.
Note: Even if you change the COM port number back to the original number, you still need to restart your computer.
On Tue, Jul 9, 2019 at 4:55 PM John Bednar via Groups.Io <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: