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SMPC Connection

SMPC Connection

SMPC Connection

(OP)
I want to ask abut how can i connecting the bim to pc (SMPC) by using 25-pin ?

Note : 1- I have pc without V24 port can I using the USP Port or LPT port .

2- my prosser card is ccs interface .  

RE: SMPC Connection

Hi bijad,

look to the Thread from ahmedsm.

Have a nice day

Werner

RE: SMPC Connection

(OP)
Hi

Thanks for your help ,I sew your replay to ahmedsm and when I apply it I found prblem when I connecting by using V24 to USB cable .You can look the error in the  .
erroes:
1- Max. nr of retries (in OM trmenal)
2- reply your cable
3- unable to open port
thanks.

RE: SMPC Connection

Hi bijad,

I don't have experiences with adapter USB to V24. When I bought my last notebook, only with V24 Port and parallel Port for Dongles!! Always troubles with adapter.

The error messages are typical for no V24 connection.

Your chance is a Pc/laptop with serial port, or another adapter, who has all pin.
If it is a Pc, look for V24 PC-card. Many Motherboards have a connector for V24, but not a Port Slot.
 
Don't forget that you always need the crossover cable to the Sopho port.

I hope you have luck with another try.

Regards
Werner  

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