Bob and Dave,
for your replies. Mabuhay greetings from the South Pacific.
off I have a laptop with a Win 10 64 home system.
has a TS-590SG connected and only shows only one com port #5
on the Silicon Devices driver Kenwood required to be
I looked at hidden ports on the Device Manager a hidden com
port #4 shows but this is not available as a port for use
I tried renumbering com4 to com 64 with regedit.com and then
returning it com4, com4 disappeared completely from the
have no other USB device plugged in.
I plug in a USB to Com Port adapter that device will appear
in the Device Manager com ports list.
problem is Logger32 requires a com port to run the DX
clusters and Telnet connection to obtain the information of
who is on the bands.
presume this is must be a com port that accesses to TCIP.
do not know how to add a com port to get Telnet to function.
am asking for advice on how to do this???
am on the point of giving up; But would really like to use
Logger32 because it has special features of identifying
un-worked countries and links to multiple awards data bases
that would be really useful. But if I cannot get the link to
clusters and Tenet I cannot use these features
advice on how to access Telnet would be really appreciated.
King ZL4AI in the South Pacific
May I presume you are asking the question of a computer with
lots of USB ports but only one built in serial port? I have
done this with individual USB => serial port adapters for
each USB OR a multiple serial port adapter. My main computer
at my remote station has about 15 serial ports of one type or
another. I have an 8 serial port box there which uses only
one USB. Dave