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Look closer - that second one is com!8 with the 8 on the next
On 20220619 22:44:19, Simon Brown
Without looking too hard I see a duplicate COM1 which is most
odd as this is usually the legacy port on the motherboard.
I would correctly deinstall all virtual serial port software,
check available ports with N1MM, then slowly add them back using
only one program, my favourite is com0com. Alternatively check
all the software and look at the definitions.
There's at least one program which needs some TLC so that you
don't cause this sort of situation.
Try this display in Console, good 'cos it shows the manufacturer
Hello Max, I use VPSE
already, the full fat 64-bit licensed version and have
used it for 5 years. That does not help me, it is a
virtual com port emulator. The problem I have is finding
out what is upsetting N1MM+ contest program which insists
that I have duplicate com ports.
Too much DX on 6 and 2m
to sort this out yesterday but I did download device
remover. Meanwhile I just switch off the FDM-DUO and the
warning disappears. Windows thinks that there is duplicate
port but device manager does not find it.
On Sun, Jun 19, 2022 at 10:51 PM, Max
On this page you can see the GUI that
shows physical and software ports.
Sorry, just realised the GUI shown in
the linked page is Eltima but VSP Manager looks very
See K5FR's own page for the GUI:
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