How to access Device Manager in Windows : How to scan for Hardware changes in Windows

Posted: October 5, 2012 in Windows
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  3. Xavier says:

    Hello excellent blog! Does running a blog like this require a great
    deal of work? I have absolutely no knowledge of programming but I had been
    hoping to start my own blog soon. Anyways, should you have
    any ideeas or tips for new blog owners please share.
    I understand this is off subject however I just had
    to ask. Thanks!

    • Thanks Xavier for liking Techawarey.
      You too have a blog like this. Select a topic, study it well, execute the commands etc. take screen shots.. and you’ll have a lot of data to put on your blog… this is the way i use to post something on my blog… All the very best for your blog… 🙂

  4. Faustin says:

    I could not find any port COM in my computer .
    I try some drivers but the result is the same .
    What have i to do ? W7 64bits .
    Thks.

    • Hi Faustin,

      You will see com port only when you have connected a serial cable to pc’s serial port or a usb-to-serial adapter cable to USB port.
      In case of USB-2-Serial Adapter cable, you have to install appropriate driver provided by the Cable vendor.

      Are you following the above step?

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