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tallen74

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Received my 396t today and installed the UASD software. Had to go and get a USB-serial adapter since my system does not have referenced serial port and for some reason I can't get UASD to connect. Keep getting communication error message. I have tried all baud rates on all com ports, 3 - 7 (no 1 and 2).

Does anyone have any ideas? I really have no idea what to do next.

Thanks
 

jrplmil

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did you follow the directions make sure to install the driver off the cd? If you used the windows driver you will get that error. Hope that helps
 

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tallen74 said:
Received my 396t today and installed the UASD software. Had to go and get a USB-serial adapter since my system does not have referenced serial port and for some reason I can't get UASD to connect. Keep getting communication error message. I have tried all baud rates on all com ports, 3 - 7 (no 1 and 2).

Does anyone have any ideas? I really have no idea what to do next.

Thanks
Did you go into the port settings for the USB/Serial adaptor and set a comport number?
 
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