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Jon Ledbetter
10/06/05 14:22
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#102039 - FLIP 2.2.4 and USB/RS232 Converter
Recently I got a new laptop (XP Pro) with no RS232 ports, just USB. I bought a USB/RS232 converter (Targus PA088) and have been having troubles getting it to work right with FLIP. I went to the Atmel website and found this.


Fix for USB to RS232 adapters used with FLIP 2.4.4 running Windows 2000/XP (4 KB, revision 1.0.1.5, updated 08/05) If you are programming products through RS232 Bootloaders with a USB to RS232 interface you could have connection failures to FLIP 2.4.4. You need to replace the file AtRs232no.dll. in the Flip folder: \bin with the new attached version.


I also found that the converter I have is one of the recommended converters.

I downloaded the fix and went to replace the file as instructed, but only find 'AtRs232.dll' not 'AtRs232no.dll'. I went ahead and placed the file in the /bin directory, but it didn't make any difference.

Has anybody else had any experience with this particular situation?

Thanks
Jon
P.S. The chip I'm using is AT89C51ED2

List of 5 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
FLIP 2.2.4 and USB/RS232 Converter      Jon Ledbetter      10/06/05 14:22      
   it is a known fact that many USB to 232      Erik Malund      10/06/05 15:01      
      I know it\'s well known, but...      Jon Ledbetter      10/06/05 15:26      
   I found one major problem      Jon Ledbetter      10/06/05 15:31      
      Now it works!      Jon Ledbetter      10/06/05 15:59      

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