Cps Device Driver Download Install Update
From the research I have done this should create a Com Port in my "Device Manager" so that programs are then able to use it. I have researched this specific device and there are apparently problems with how it works on WIndows 8. The driver for the device was installed by WIndows plug-and-play controls.
It decided that the "HID-compliant vendor-defined device" driver version 6. When I attempt to use drivers from a different source the manufacturer of the USB to RS adapter , the plug-and-play ignore the new drivers and use the ones from above. For further troubleshooting, please post back the image for descript more detailed about your issue.
Wednesday, February 12, 6: Is there an alternative link for this? The site doesn't seem to be working. Thursday, January 25, 7: Any chance that you have the drivers? I can't find them anywhere online.
Help, my PC doesn't see my MOTOTRBO radio!
Did this solve your problem? Sorry this didn't help. Tell us about your experience with our site. CameronMoto Created on April 20, The problem occurs when I connect a radio via the programming cable. Windows detecst, installs, and shows that the device is connected. I am able to read and write to the radio after a fresh restart of Windows but after the cable or radio is disconnected I am unable to read or write until i restart.
I programmed a DGR but now I cannot read the repeater again. I used the same cable, the same PC and same CPS to program another repeater and everything worked alright. After that, the repeater disconnects again, and my PC plays the "USB device disconnected" sound, as if the repeater was rebooting itself before loading the interface that communicates with my PC. It dissappears from the device manager and after a while it appears again and keeps doing the same plug in - plug off. What could be the matter? I've not seen that symptom before.