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troubleshooting_faq [2019/04/25 15:02]
emozolyak [Running demo Virtual box image]
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 ^ Possible cause ^ Solution ^ ^ Possible cause ^ Solution ^
-|USB-serial converter is not connected / wrong driver / USB | Check the converter is plugged and there is  +|USB-serial converter is not connected / Wrong driver is used Converter is not working | Check the converter is plugged and working in a host OS 
-|COM port in guest machine is mounted as a host COM port | There is a compatibility issue under Windows for attaching Windows com ports into Linux guest OS. Try to mount usb bus device, not com port. In some cases, usb com port work only if they are added into usb filtered devices in virtual machine settings| +|COM port in the guest machine is mounted as a host COM port | There is a compatibility issue under Windows for attaching Windows Com ports into Linux guest OS. Try to mount Usb bus device, not a Com port. In some cases, Usb Com port works only if they are added into Usb filtered devices in virtual machine settings| 
-|Usb filter is set for the serial port, it is available in the list of the available usb devices for mounting, but error message appears upon attemp to mount| In Windows: Using regedit go to the following registry entry and delete the "UpperFilters" key. Reboot the host computer. "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SYSTEM > CurrentControlSet > Control > Class > {36­FC9E60-C465-11CF-8056-44455354­0000}"|+|Usb filter is set for the serial port, it is available in the list of the available usb devices for mounting, but error message appears upon attempt to mount it| In Windows: Using regedit go to the following registry entry and delete the "UpperFilters" key. Reboot the host computer. The key resides in "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SYSTEM > CurrentControlSet > Control > Class > {36­FC9E60-C465-11CF-8056-44455354­0000}"|
  
troubleshooting_faq.txt · Last modified: 2019/10/08 14:08 by emozolyak