Re: One computer I can create a virtual port. Second computer says I have to buy a license for the activeX control (virtual port) for this computer. #APCC
Very unlikely, but possible.
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Subject: Re: [ap-gto] One computer I can create a virtual port. Second computer says I have to buy a license for the activeX control (virtual port) for this computer. #APCC
So today I decided to go ahead and reset my PC. By reset I mean in terms of Windows 10 Reset where it wipes the drive and re-installs from scratch.
I am happy to say that so far everything is working as it should.
One thing I did differently is that there is a Windows 10 feature update/optional that is called [20H2]. I did NOT install that update. On my other intel based computers that APCC has been working with, this feature update is also not installed. However I may have had it installed on this PC. Is this the reason it wasn't working? Maybe/maybe not. But it is something to keep in the back of your head in case someone else reports this issue.
On Sun, Dec 20, 2020 at 01:27 PM, Ray Gralak wrote:
The only thing I can think of is that my main PC is a AMD Ryzen system not Intel. The other two systems are IntelInteresting. I would be surprised if that is the reason, but stranger things have happened.