[WriteLog] SIIG 4 Serial Port PCI Board and MMTTY
Eric - VE3GSI
ve3gsi at sympatico.ca
Sat Sep 26 18:58:30 PDT 2009
The only time I have seen a problem of crashing the PC with FSK on a serial
port, if, and only if I had accidently choose a PK-232 Modem and configured
it to a virtual serial port.
You can check MMTTY by running it as a stand-alone on the suspect port, this
might verify it is WL setup problem.
Also double check for new SIIG site for new drivers and any FAQ's.
73 Eric - VE3GSI
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Aldewey at aol.com
> Subject: [WriteLog] SIIG 4 Serial Port PCI Board and MMTTY
> I am having trouble getting my new SIIG PCI 4 Serial Port board to key
> I have a PC with one built in Serial Port. The built in serial port
> COM 1) keys FSK no problem.
> When I install the SIIG board, it adds COM 5, 6, 7, and 8.
> I use COM 5 and 6 for Rig control with no problem. However, if I
> COM 7 or 8 to key FSK in MMTTY, my PC crashes and immediately re-boots.
> temporarily took the radio off of COM 5 and 6 and tried those for FSK -
> result. No matter what port I chose on the SIIG board, selecting it to
> FSK crashed my computer. It crashes as soon as I make the selection in
> Operating System is XP.
> Has anyone run into this issue? Any suggestions on what I might try?
> Al, K0AD
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