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COM port associated to USB port - How?

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Anonymous
June 27, 2005 1:36:03 AM

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I have loaded some software (Personal Information Editor III) from NEC
(Italy) to allow the PC to talk to my Mobile Phone (e525).
The Phone connects via a USB port and is recognised as an ‘unknown
device’
The NEC program is looking for a COM port to connect to, and can’t
find a valid port.

How do I create a ‘pseudo’ COM port and associate it with a USB port?

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Anonymous
June 27, 2005 6:46:40 AM

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"MontyTheMariner" <UseLinkToEmail@WindowsForumz.com> wrote in message
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>I have loaded some software (Personal Information Editor III) from NEC
> (Italy) to allow the PC to talk to my Mobile Phone (e525).
> The Phone connects via a USB port and is recognised as an 'unknown
> device'
> The NEC program is looking for a COM port to connect to, and can't
> find a valid port.
>
> How do I create a 'pseudo' COM port and associate it with a USB port?
>
> --

If it is needed by the software you have loaded then there should be help
with that program. Try looking there first, and also try the device makers
web site.
!