Re: Not recognised.


I had the same problem with a ThumbDV stick in a Flex 6500. Wouldn’t work. Determined the problem was lack of solid 5V to power the stick. Fixed by using a powered USB hub. This might be a problem on other platforms. 

De K9XT. 

John Deegan
Fillmore, IN 46128

On May 15, 2018, at 10:23, Fritz via Groups.Io <fritzsheeter@...> wrote:

This is the first paragraph from the support page at NWDR:
(there is more online).....

Windows Users (ThumbDV™)
When you plug in the ThumbDV it should appear as a new serial port under Device Manager, note which COM port it is on, and remember new ThumbDV™ are at 460800 baud (older models are at 230400). There is a very simple test program for verifying operation under Windows.  It can be found at  — it is called ThumbTest.exe

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