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Comms Link, Windows 10 transfer
« on: Jan 21st, 2019, 1:46pm »
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My father asked me, to fix the calendar to support 2019.
I bought a serial to USB "plug and play" adapter, to connect with the comms link attached to the Psion II XP.
However the Psi2Win says COM.. not accessible. None of the ports are. Tried to install some random legacy com and serial drivers but no luck. I'm just 21 years old, i never touched a serial cable before, i don't even know what these COMs are really.
Can you please help me out with some detailed instructions? Thank you!
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« Reply #1 on: Jan 21st, 2019, 4:44pm »
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Dear ClickBAIT
PSION Comms Link image here (version 2.2)
USB Comms Link image here (Olivier Gossuin)
PC Comms Software ZIP here (Psi2Win) works with windows 10;action=display;num=150238 8965;start=0
Comms link manual here
PS you could try reading this first.
« Last Edit: Jan 22nd, 2019, 12:41pm by MartinReid »
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Re: Comms Link, Windows 10 transfer
« Reply #2 on: Jan 23rd, 2019, 10:35am »
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After you have connected the Psion via the USB Comms link to your PC, and started Psi2Win, click the Setup button.
Usually only one of the listed com ports is green, and if so, choose that. If none of them are green, then the system must have chosen to use Com port with a higher number. Just enter 5 in the text box, and click the Check button to see if that works. If not, try 6, 7, etc until you get the right port.
If that is taking too long, and you are on a windows machine, you can open the Device Manager of windows (open the start menu and just start typing "Device manager" to search for it), and expand the Ports(COM&LPT) entry to see which port is being used.
For general instructions for setting up and using a comms link on modern computers, see this:
« Last Edit: Jan 24th, 2019, 7:38pm by jaap »

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