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Sorry, not familiar with error code 8002. All I got to offer is this. Have you loaded the driver for the adapter? Have only one LOR programs open at a time. Example do not have two or more of the following open at a time. Hardware Utility, Sequencer, Control Panel, or any of the other programs in the menu.

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Can you open the LOR Hardware Utility? If you can and are getting this, try setting the comm port manually to another comm port. The USB port shouldn't usually give a comm port error. And have you loaded/installed the FTDI Driver from the LOR CD? If not, the USB LOR adapter can't be found, and that could possibly be what that 8002 error code may be. I seem to recall I got that error a long time ago and I believe it was because I did not have the FTDI Driver installed, and once installed, check for a newer update for it, as you will usually need the newest version of the driver depending on your version of Windows.

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I had a flood in my basement this summer and cant find the cd. anyone know were i can get the driver you speak of I remember thats exactly what i need!!!

Can you open the LOR Hardware Utility? If you can and are getting this, try setting the comm port manually to another comm port. The USB port shouldn't usually give a comm port error. And have you loaded/installed the FTDI Driver from the LOR CD? If not, the USB LOR adapter can't be found, and that could possibly be what that 8002 error code may be. I seem to recall I got that error a long time ago and I believe it was because I did not have the FTDI Driver installed, and once installed, check for a newer update for it, as you will usually need the newest version of the driver depending on your version of Windows.

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I had a flood in my basement this summer and cant find the cd. anyone know were i can get the driver you speak of I remember thats exactly what i need!!!

Check Windows Update for the FTDI file. That's where I got my latest version from. Tried to upload it here, but due to the 500k limit, couldn't do it, as the zip file I created using the ultra method to make it as small as possible was still 1,333K, well over the 500k limit. Otherwise I'd have posted the one I used here. But mine is also for Windows XP, Vista and other versions of Windows may require a different version. So best to check the Windows Update {look under Hardware} for the latest FTDI driver you need.

Since the FTDI USB Driver is required for the USB485x unit to work, I would think LOR would have it available in their download section of software and firmware downloads. Unfortunately, it wasn't there.

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