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Default Finding Your COM Port

Finding Your COM Port

Before loading any files onto your receiver, you will need to know what the designation is for the Serial Port you are going to use. USB users should have already done this if you followed the steps outlined in the USB to Serial How To.

These instructions are for WINDOWS XP users. All other operating systems will be similar.

Click start.

Right click on My Computer

Select Properties

In the new window click the Hardware Tab

Click Device Manager.

In the new window, click the plus sign beside "Ports (COM & LPT)"
You should now see something that looks like the following picture.


You are looking for a line that says Communications Port. Beside of that line should be (COM#) where # is the actual port number. For instance, in the picture the communications port is COM 1. Remember this number, you will need it later.



**Note** Some computers have more than one serial port. If this is the case for your computer then you will need to memorize all numbers that show for COM#. In the event that COM1 doesn't work, then you will need to try the other numbers that are listed.
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