Can anybody advise what type of connector this is? This program works on the Vista machine (with either the LPC1768 or the LPC2368, as well as on the XP machine (but only with the LPC2368). Please report back how you get on. Switch ON Laptop try to connect this port will not work.Then go to Device Manager and change this Port to COM4 and Refresh then again go to Device Manager change to
Anyhow, check your devices and go to resources (usually com1 is associated with mouse or a network card) and see if there are any two devices trying to use the same Modem COM port Usage In the Device Manager shown above, click the Ĺ+ĺ next to Modem to view which modems are recognized by Windows. By the way...if change the port back to COM3....Windows gives me the error again. Help! click here now
If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? Submit Your Work! In the Connection Description window, enter any name for the session, and then click OK. This may come to nothing, but it'd be good to discount it.
Select forumWindowsMac OsLinuxOtherSmartphonesTabletsSoftwareOpen SourceWeb DevelopmentBrowserMobile AppsHardwareDesktopLaptopsNetworksStoragePeripheralSecurityMalwarePiracyIT EmploymentCloudEmerging TechCommunityTips and TricksSocial EnterpriseSocial NetworkingAppleMicrosoftGoogleAfter HoursPost typeSelect discussion typeGeneral discussionQuestionPraiseRantAlertTipIdeaSubject titleTopic Tags More Select up to 3 tags (1 tag required) CloudPiracySecurityAppleMicrosoftIT EmploymentGoogleOpen SourceMobilitySocial If you have an available 25-pin serial (COM) port, you will need to purchase and 25-pin to 9-pin adapter (from Radio Shack or similar). Install a new card into one of the available expansion slots to replace the card. Com Port Not Working Windows 7 The printer is attached to COM1.
I just came across the question and felt old when I recognized the laptop from the picture. Unable To Open Connection To Com1 Unable To Open Serial Port Putty no difference.>Solution 3: Purchase a Serial to USB converter to connect the Palm, Set >the virtual port in Hotsynch Manger to COM2 or COM4.I appreciate the suggestion, but while that may And im kinda scared to do anything to the " good " port. this website It always assigned the mbed to COM3....which I have confirmed is not used by anything else.
The software which I use for the PCB is always looking for the COM1. Unable To Open Connection To Com3 Unable To Open Serial Port How to Change a Modem From the COM1 to COM3 Port A COM (Communications) port is a type of data port utilized by your computer for various types of installed hardware Edited: 25 Nov 2009 Hi Jim, Jim Harris wrote: Recently, I received my LPC1768 mbed. Disable the >modem in BIOS setup or Device Manager.
Serial port The Microsoft MS-DOS and Windows environments refer to serial ports as COM ports: COM1, COM2,..etc. http://support.windenvironmental.com/knowledgebase.php?article=44 The LPC2368 works fine on COM3, but when the LPC1768 was on that one, it didn't. Com1 Port Not Working Windows 7 Trying to connect PS3 to MSI AIO AG240, have plugged into HDMI IN port, but no joy, can't find instructions! Unable To Open Com Port Windows 7 By continuing to use our site, you consent to our cookies.
In rare cases, the expansion card that adds the serial ports to the PC can fail, rendering both COM1 and COM2 ports useless. in the device manager there is a Modem Device. COM1 ports are often used on older PCs to connect network devices, digital cameras and mice. Edited: 01 Dec 2009 Hi Jim, Jim Harris wrote: The good news is...I have it working. Unable To Open Connection To Com1 Putty Windows 7
by tstreich ┬Ě 8 years ago In reply to COM1 PROBLEM Are you saying that when windows comes up the Communications Port(COM1) takes com1 as default even after you change it? Cannot Open Com Port Windows 7 Either way you slice it, however, this is a problem with the software for the device not being configured correctly. Remove the case cover and touch the computer's chassis.
This would confirm e.g. Communications Port (com1) Started by rayandmaura , Sep 14 2006 08:49 PM Please log in to reply 4 replies to this topic #1 rayandmaura rayandmaura Members 104 posts OFFLINE Local Examples of programs that may use the serial ports are programs for Un-interruptible Power Supplies (UPS), Digital Camera connectors, Digital Voice Recorder connectors, External Modems and many other similar software programs. Serial Port Not Working Windows Xp Cant find printer name under universal serial bus controller in device manager Can┬┤t connect my wireless keyboard with a generic bluetooth device.
connections.------------------------------Henry Posted Using Agent 2.0 [to reply, delete the AT]****************************** Related Resources Fax modem is not detected on serial port com1 COM1 serial port on P4P800S not working Serial Ports (COM1 COM stayed as COM2. Dear TstreichAs you explained in your mail I did and reboot the system and after that when run the software in the first screen of the software there is a COM This still leaves you with COM2 or COM4, as long as a fax modem or other communications device does not use them.
However, we tested this all very┬áthoroughly, including re-installing and upgrading, so it feels like a strange interaction/history thing. The end result is that although things look okay, you may still be having trouble with your communication port. Can you list the exact hardware, OS specs?┬áMaybe you can find another XP machine to try just to really narrow it down to that machine? Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About Tom's Hardware
It works fine. Everything should be peachy in Margaritaville at this point. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - COM1 PROBLEM by ayna_san ┬Ě 8 years ago In reply to Is something else using c ... windows-7 serial-port share|improve this question asked Jul 14 at 2:51 Hashim 5610 1 What are you talking to with the serial port (or trying to do otherwise) from the PC yes i found there COM1.
Click the up or down arrow to change the IRQ until the message "No Devices Are Conflicting" appears in the Conflict Information field. Edited: 14 Jan 2010 Dave, try this method. Click "OK" to close each window. In the Connect To window, select the COM port (usually COM1) that you will be using on the desktop PC.
But then also check if you disconnect/reconnect, that an old serial driver is not recognised. You may want to try uninstalling and re-installing the software. Did I cheat? Edited: 14 Jan 2010 Hi Dave, Dave Malham wrote: I have a problem with Windows not recognizing one of my 3 mbed units as a serial device ...
The whole cause and effect thing might make things worse if i try that .