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USB Programming After Window 10 2004 Update

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USB Programming After Window 10 2004 Update

Postby mutantblue » Sat Jun 27, 2020 9:51 am

Anyone else having problems after the Windows 10 2004 update? Since updating my PC, neither my XTS or XTL USB programming cables seem to be recognized in Device Manager. I get the "jingle" when I plug them in, but nothing gets populated on the screen. As a result neither, CPS can't talk to my radios. These are stock Motorola USB programming cables. I downgraded Windows to 1909 and everything came back. Tried 2004, and same problem. In fact all of my COMM ports seem a little wonky since the update. Even my straight serial cables seem more temperamental. Anyone else seeing anything like this?

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Re: USB Programming After Window 10 2004 Update

Postby DJP126 » Mon Jun 29, 2020 2:56 pm

The 2004 update has been reported to cause problems with various programs that use comm ports. Supposedly Microsoft is working on it.

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