A hub with a USB converter for each connection will work. Any brand of USB converter will work. The OS assigns port numbers to each converter.Now that I have that worked on I have another issue...
I have 14 scanners, (1) 796, (1) 785 (6) Bct15's (6) 780's. I want to be able to control them all remotely. However my 2 Pc's do not have Serial ports. So i'll need some adapter to turn the serial into usb. Any recommendations on an adapter of some kind. Sounds like I'm going to need a hub? What kind of hub? Or can I use the 6 individual USB ports on each of my PC's? Proscan uses comm ports in the configuration, so how do I have the pc recognize multiple scanners using an adapter or hub. I'm techy but this confuses me.
What kind of problem? Does it seem like a memory issue?
What is flickering? The whole dispay or just the ProScan app or just the ProScan virtual display. There shouldn't be any flickering at all.Running the latest version, each copy in it's own folder.
Everything seems to be slowed down with lots of screen flickering. I shut down the logging and the audio and I will see what happens. I will likely split the load between this computer and another in the near future. (unless the Uniden 898 becomes supported, then I need more room)
It will work but if you want each instance to be optioned differently then each instance should be in a seperate folder.It's kind of interesting that you say you have to run each copy of proscan in it's own folder. I have 13 copies of proscan running on 1 PC all in the same folder, haven't had a hiccup....