All of this is to be done before plugging in the adapter. I need driver to use it with Win Xp. The instructions state I should see a new com port and a new usb adapter cable in the device manager, after a reboot. Just doesnt seem to transmit the data. Ok, here is my up date after messing around with this well into the night. I have tried it through a Xenith session as well.
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Legacy versions of the MTDs with the Aten device, will actually show that they see the the touch screen.
Sign In feature is currently unavailable and you will not be able to post new content. I have both a Aten converter and one of the Up9s. The admin guide says they are tested and supported.
Maybe I should try one that is not upgraded. Both will flash to indicate that there is activity when you touch the screen. Apologies for the inconvenience. Not finding what you are looking for? Posted by Anonymous on Jan 24, K232 questions, earn points and help others Answer questions.
I am not on site, but will check on that first thing. This combination does work on a Physical machine. I have tried it through a Xenith session as well. Login to post Please use English srrial only. How would I turn on Redirection in XenControler?
Please enter a valid email address. FWIW, the serial device is a 3M touchscreen with a serial interface. I ran this program The signals are not compatible so the adapter has a chip and serial driver to convert the signals.
Should I seeial installing the drivers in ZenApp? Please assign your manual to a product: You can’t post conmments that contain an email address.
Any Insight would be greatly appreciated. I am having a major problem with these devices uP9.
Please give as much detail as possible. You will be able to leave a comment after signing in. Marvin Level 3 Expert Answers. Try this link for Win7 solution Posted September 28, Posted September 29, If the adapter is not fast enough to convert the signals, you get an error. Jump to content XenDesktop 5. The instructions state I should see a new com port and a new usb adapter cable in the device manager, after a reboot.
Did you ever find a solution to this? I am running XenServer 5. Upvote if you also have this question or find it interesting.
However, I cant get sigpad to work.