Replied Feb 08 , 9: It is hard to give suggestion based on this limited information. Although I don’t find the root case, but I discover a workaround for this issue and it works on my laptop. Add the “PortName” manually in the register key and assign the “COM port number” to it The register key path is as below: Any help to identify and resolve this issue would be greatly appreciated. Windows 10 home 64bits. Do you see any error code?
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I hope this will help you. Replied Feb 108: But it still will not assign a COM Port when installing any driver.
Replied Mar 159: The hardware has thousands of units in the field over that last 10 years. The links provided to knowledge base by delu did not help to solve the issue.
We do not have a USB Analyzer and this usb vid 10c4&pid ea60 0001 on a customer’s computer so we do not usg physical access to the computer only scheduled Remote Connections.
Replied Feb 089: You can do it manually. Replied 13 days ago.
Could you provide more detailed information and allow me to ask several question. The com port should appear at the end of “Silicon labs Replied Feb 26 The COM port number is what you selected in step 1. The computer appears to be a Windows 10 computer. 00001
I’ve never seen this before. Hi guys, I’m having similar issues with a Uart bridge. Therefore, it is just a workaround. Add the “PortName” manually in 110c4&pid register key and assign the “COM port number” to it The register key path is as below: I have removed all traces of the usb vid 10c4&pid ea60 0001 that can be removed.
We do not have a CPx DK board.
Answers to your questions: I won’t try to update manually the driver. I reinstalled a system backup made prior to the first time I plugged this device.
CPx – not assigning Com Port
Curiously, w10 installed automatically an older usb vid 10c4&pid ea60 0001 6. Do you see any error code? The only difference I could find is that the HP laptop has the previous generation Intel chipset serie 9 and the Thinpad T uses e60 latest serie Any help would be appreciated.
I dont vis any rollback possibilities. It is hard to give suggestion based on this limited information. Any ideas on where to find older drivers. Any help to identify and resolve this issue would be greatly appreciated.
Replied Jan 313: Reinstall the driver and countless reboots neither. The device board uses CP Wiping the entire computer would not be a suitable solution.