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This program works on the Vista machine (with either the LPC1768 or the LPC2368, as well as on the XP machine (but only with the LPC2368). the wrong image hadn't ended up on the wrong board!?! It won't mess up your system or anything, in case you were worried about that. When I try to initialize my table I get "Could not start port access driver error code :2". navigate here

have fun i_r_ Reply With Quote Posted via Mobile Device 05-01-2015,06:57 PM #8 Joe Jones View Profile View Forum Posts View Gallery Uploads Registered Join Date Nov 2010 Location USA Posts Nothing in windows 7 that I need. I just hope the problem did not come from the Pcam controller. Edited: 01 Dec 2009 Hi Jim, Phil suggested it could be that windows is trying to allocate it to a COM port that is already in use. http://www.cnczone.com/forums/plasmacam/266322-software-forum-posts.html

So if you have a monitor or keyboard that acts as a hub (has USB ports on it), you may get this error simply because not enough power can go through Can someone help me with this? Sorry to be the bearer of bad news. - Nils ========================================== Legacy I/O Addressing of Serial and Parallel Ports As of Windows 2000 Microsoft removed any ability to modify the I/O Top MQUICK Posts: 128 Joined: Sat May 30, 2009 5:12 pm Location: Saint Louis, Missouri U.S.A.

Send PM 31st January 2014,10:53 PM #2 cmckay Join Date Jan 2014 Posts 1 Thank Post 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts Rep Power 0 Semester here later, but Thanks. I am in Franklin, KY. 42134 area. I then changed over to the LPC1768, which came up as COM2...still no serial data being shown.

I am really quite impressed with the quick reponses and good information here. Jim Harris # 01 Dec 2009 Ok...just tried another USB port. Edited: 14 Jan 2010 Hi Dave, Dave Malham wrote: I have a problem with Windows not recognizing one of my 3 mbed units as a serial device ... If you have an older computer and you are attaching newer USB devices to it, you may have to get an external USB hub that supports USB 2.0.

Make sure you use the correct USB cable type with the correct speed of the device. Any advice on how to start this "access driver" on boot up would be much appreciated. WRITE DOWN your settings. Error code:2 i_r_machinist, Where are you located?

It may be worth seeing if you are on the newest version of Teraterm. Thanks Kerry Well, that didn't work. Jim Harris # 01 Dec 2009 Ok...just did a couple of more things.   I tried my LPC2368 mbed. I realize COM port number will change.

Next thing to try is maybe another USB port. http://asmwsoft.net/could-not/could-not-start-the-windows-driver-foundation-error-31.html Good luck, JAG Reply With Quote Posted via Mobile Device 10-05-2016,02:40 PM #12 devocc View Profile View Forum Posts View Gallery Uploads Registered Join Date Oct 2016 Location United States Posts Autodetect not working. Contact the original hardware or software manufacturer using the port - This is not a new issue and some manufacturers have addressed this issue through, free or paid, upgrades and patches.

But as you have had the board working with Vista, it is unlikely to be this. You will need your system serial number and model number. George In device manager, the i/o range states "BF00-BF07". http://asmwsoft.net/could-not/could-not-start-rdr-device-driver.html Now I need to work out all the settings again.

I'll have a chat with Phil (our USB guru) tomorrow, and see what he recommends. ARM websites use two types of cookie: (1) those that enable the site to function and perform as required; and (2) analytical cookies which anonymously track visitors only while using the Windows registers each different mbed as a separate device, hence the need to install again.

The best way to make sure you have the latest and most up to date driver for a device is to go to the manufacturers website and download it from there.

Then i switched the blinking leds of, Reinstalled the driver, and voila,  working, on a port which was blocked before....   Please log in to post a reply. © mbed blog Please, contact us at [email protected] to gain full access. × Help Desk Geek Search Menu Windows Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows Vista Windows XP Reviews Software Tools Products Tips How-To Help At this point, I am not sure where the problem lies, but I am suspecting it might have to do with the PC I am running on. I had a new computer with windows 7 built for my table.

I am still at a standstill. I would not worry about it being any other issue. Thank you for your persistence; I'm sure it will help any other unlucky Windows users solve their problem much more quickly. http://asmwsoft.net/could-not/could-not-start-driver-check-that-your-device-is-rooted.html First off, can you confirm the Firmware on the LPC1768 and LPC2368 mbed's are up to date (see Firmware).

Now, either board works fine on this machine.