Monsen Posted October 15, 2018 Share Posted October 15, 2018 Brand new to this, and I've hit a wall trying to connect my computer to controllers using hardware utility. I purchased the LOR package that comes with the pre-built CTB16PCG3 controller, and I also have 2 of the Pixie 16D controllers. I have tried to connect all 3 to my computer using the USB 485 adapter. I've read the online instructions, as well as the manual that came with both controllers. Installed the drivers using the CD provided, then downloaded the CDM20830_Setup file and tried again. I've followed all sequences of rebooting, plugging in, etc. I've tried multiple USB ports on my desktop, and have tried 3 data cables including the cable provided by LOR. The controllers are powered on with green light blinking (red blinking on the Pixie16), and I have testing the controllers on lights and know they are functioning. The desktop recognizes the USB connection, but every time I run the Hardware Utility and hit Auto Configure I get the "Port Not Found" dialogue box. Once the dialogue box pops up, the Utility Hardware then becomes unresponsive half the time and I have to close the software. I've spent hours trying to figure this out and now feel like an idiot, so posting for some help before giving up till next year. Any ideas on what else I could try would be appreciated. Is there any way for the USB485 adapter to malfunction? Running a Dell XPS with Windows 10, with all updates as of last week. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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