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Author Topic: portmon and USB-to-RS232  (Read 537 times)
KM3K
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« on: April 11, 2010, 05:16:42 AM »

I first read about Portmon today as a diagnostic for a HRD problem.
A search in this forum gets no hits for "portmon".

Reasons for my posting today:

1. I'd like to know if Portmon can be used to diagnose "USB-to-RS232" converter problems.
Even though I have the latest, up-to-datest Keyspan-drivers, I do have an on-going issue with Keyspan USA-19HS working with Vista.
The Keyspan device works fine with XP.

2. In googling on "portmon", I see there is some concern about it having a virus; is there some site from which Portmon can be downloaded un-infected?

73 de KM3K FN10je
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