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E-100 Serial Connection Question

Is there any way to change the speed of the serial connection from 19.2? I tried going to the COM1 port settings and changing that to 115 or a different value, but that doesn't seem to work. Anyone been successfull connecting at a speed that doesn't drag as much ass? Thanks.

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Actually the procedure is a little different. On your desktop right click My Computer, select properties. Select Device manager tab. Expand the ports. Right click the COM1, select properties. Here you can set the device speed to 115000 bps. Repeat the procedure for COM2. This works on all versions of Windows. On XP you will have to go through Control Panel - Administrative Tools - Computer Management. Restart your computer. On your PDA you can set the speed on the connection page in active Synch only if you turn on the Auto Synch option. The 115kbps is at the top of the list, above 19 kbps setting. I have been using these settings for a couple of years now with very good results. Hope this helps. Reply With Quote

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Go to your device manager in your laptop/desktop, then click on modems, then click on communications cable between two computers, then click on the modem tab and change the speed to 115200, then reboot (it doesn't say you have to but you need to). Change the speed in the casio communications to 115k and then sync. Reply With Quote

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