Does Igo not like high com ports? I used xport on my gps (com5) and made a virtual port 9 for use with igo but the gps disconnects shortly after starting the program. If i close xport and run igo off of com5 it works fine.
Now I'm going to get drunk. I'm so happy In the past 2 weeks I've been installing/reinstalling 5 different operating systems, a bunch of BT stacks on different PCs, with no result! iGO just kept disconnecting, and in fact killing the virtual COM service.
unfortunately the new version of xport didnt solve my problem.. its funny... with xport running displays my location a good minute behind where i am until the connection just dies. If i run igo without xport it runs fine. What gives?
How do you start Xport ONLY when you need navigation?
If I let Xport run in the tray, it connects at windows startup and stays connected until shutdown...
I wouldn't want to minimize Centrafuse and start Xport, then back to Centrafuse and click IGO8... then after reaching destination, minimize CF and shut down Xport.