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[aprssig] D700 & USB

Ryan Tourge k2rrt.lists at gmail.com
Fri Dec 24 20:33:02 UTC 2004


What if you went into the device manager, and bring up the properties
for the USB to Serial device, there should be an "advanced options"
button under port settings. You can chnage which com port it uses
there.


On Fri, 24 Dec 2004 13:47:27 -0600, Ken Cechura <kc9umr at freqradio.com> wrote:
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> I'm baaaaccckkk….  It's been a while since I left the list(or quit
> monitoring, when I graduated and abandoned my umr.edu email account).
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> I just bought a D700 (wooowww…) more on that later, im sure.    I also
> bought a laptop recently, and, like so many other new laptops, it lacks a
> real serial port.  I have 2 USB to serial adaptors, but both give me a
> serial port of Com5 or higher.  Kenwood's wonderful software only supports
> com1-4.  
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> Anyone had any luck fixing this somehow?  I downloaded Link700, and have
> been playing with it a little….   Might end up buying it, but was wondering
> if the free solution works.  
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> Also:  Is there a way to put APRS on band B (right) and have ALL my memories
> available on band A(not just VHF)?  I have it the other way around, but for
> some odd reason would rather have APRS on the B band, and access my other
> memory channels (UHF AND VHF) on the A band.
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> Thanks
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> Ken, KC9UMR.
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