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  • Serial GPS and Epia M9000 problem

    I have installed my system in the car and thought everything was going fine when I 'lost' communication with my com port on the return leg of a long journey. My navigation software (destinations ltd Navigator) said it could not find the GPS port so I checked with my GPS test software and that said it could not either. I had the com ports in the BIOS set to auto, and my next job is to take a keyboard to the car and set them to use fixed standard resources, but has anyone else had a problem with the com ports just 'moving' or disappearing like that? From one leg of my journey to the next I didn't plug or unplug any devices, so I don't see why any resources should have been re-assigned..

    The setup I was running was M9000 powered by Morex 60W, 30GB 3.5in HDD, Belkin USB programmable keypad XP pro and Garmin GPS25.

    Steve
    ....Yes, I know it has a stupid name, those crazy Japanese!

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      I've had all kinds of problems with the serial port on my M9000, but I'm trying to connect OBD not gps. Sometimes it works, sometimes it won't. I tried reflashing the BIOS with the newest version. That made it work again for awhile.
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