[chirp_users] chirp_users Digest, Vol 152, Issue 6
ken at n2vip.org
Sat Aug 14 09:22:36 PDT 2021
I clearly see two com ports (COM3 and COM6) in the attached graphic, with COM3 being part of the active management system your computer offers (a remote management facility used by some corporate IT departments).
Does Chirp only offer COM3?
Perhaps you need to reinstall the driver for your cable? Windows sees the port, but CHIRP does not - you r programming cable will be listed as simply a com port, probably indicating the manufacturer of the chip in the cable (prolific, FTDI, etc.) - it won't list a radio name or in any way indicate it is a programming cable.
I hope this helps,
> On Aug 14, 2021, at 08:48, Robert Bruner <rwbruner at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the quick reply.
> Unfortunately, the images did not come through (see below), but I did poke around in the Device Manager, but did not find anything resembling the programming cable listed anywhere. The only device listed for COM ports is SQL. Should I see the cable listed?
> Note: COM3 is the only choice presented for the CHIRP clone import process.
> Newbie Notes:
> - I managed to find the MIME / Plain Text flag in the User Settings, and updated it, so images should work now. (please resend)
> - I changed to receive grouped list (not sure what's protocol for replies)
> Make sure you have selected the correct port. My programming cable is
> assigned COM3 but my computer has an internal serial port with nothing
> connected to it that is assigned COM1. If I accidentally choose COM1, I get
> the same error.
> [image: Radio_did_not_respond.png]
> Use Device Manager to determine which COM port number is assigned to the
> programming cable. Mine has been assigned COM3.
> [image: 2021-01-28 08_20_23-Device Manager.png]
> Robert Bruner
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