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    I have bought the license yesterday Localizer 5 GUI. Nettop Asus, Win7, GPS GlobalSat BU-353 USB (drivers install OK), but Localizer 5 GUI doesn't define GPS GlobalSat. I have removed drivers GPS GlobalSat BU-353 USB and established Localizer 5 GUI with your virtual port drivers. All the same doesn't work.
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    Lunatic,

    There are many issues with the globalsat BU-353 USB-to-serial drivers, especially under windows 8 and 10. Can you tell us what version of Windows you are using, and what version and date are reported by the driver under device manager? I recently looked into this myself so I am freshly studied up on this topic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by optarix12 View Post
    Lunatic,

    There are many issues with the globalsat BU-353 USB-to-serial drivers, especially under windows 8 and 10. Can you tell us what version of Windows you are using, and what version and date are reported by the driver under device manager? I recently looked into this myself so I am freshly studied up on this topic.
    Hi, I using Windows 7. I will be able only to look at the version of the driver in the evening. There was one more problem - the navigator delivered in centrifuse, gives a connection error according to the TCP protocol.
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    Lunatic, Before we go any further, can you tell me what you are using Localizer for? It's purpose is to convert internal, non-COMport GPS devices to virtual comports that traditional windows software can use. Since you have a BU-353 which is already a com device, you do not need this function. This is why I do not understand what you are using Localizer to achieve. If you simply need to split up your comport into multiple comports, then perhaps you could try GpsGate or Xport.
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    Quote Originally Posted by optarix12 View Post
    Lunatic, Before we go any further, can you tell me what you are using Localizer for? It's purpose is to convert internal, non-COMport GPS devices to virtual comports that traditional windows software can use. Since you have a BU-353 which is already a com device, you do not need this function. This is why I do not understand what you are using Localizer to achieve. If you simply need to split up your comport into multiple comports, then perhaps you could try GpsGate or Xport.
    GPSGate for receiving the virtual port put, the situation wasn't resolved. Maybe I in vain bought Localizer. Time bought, it is necessary to achieve its working capacity. Problems arise in case of Localizer installation - writes I can't update the driver. In the setup program Localizer the driver of the virtual port for the Windows XP, can in it a problem?

    If it is possible - an additional question:) I have put the Navigator 16. He swears in Centrafuse. Writes - there is no connection on TCP...
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