Edingcnc Port Devices Driver

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5) In the Updates tab, highlight Drivers and select 'Update Selection' on the right hand side of Line 6 Monkey's user interface. 6) Monkey will connect to our server and download the appropriate drivers for your Line 6 device. 7) After the drivers are downloaded, Line 6 Monkey will exit so the Driver Install Wizard can launch. After rebooting, connect the controller, you will see that Windows has found an Eding CNC COM-port if you are using an USB based controller. You can check that the USB driver is correctly installed in Windows device manager, on Windows 10, press Windows key + X, then choose device manager. This will show the device manager.

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This section describes the class-of-device (CoD) registry subkeys and entries that apply to the Bluetooth driver stack.

  1. Windows 10 comes with an arsenal of drivers — software that lets Windows communicate with the gadgets you plug in to your PC. Normally, Windows automatically recognizes your new part, and it simply works. Other times, Windows heads to the Internet and fetches some automated instructions before finishing the job. But occasionally, you’ll plug in.
  2. However, if the computer displays messages about connecting a USB 2.0 or 3.0 device into a higher speed USB port and you know a USB 2.0 or 3.0 port is on the computer, the USB controller drivers might need upgrading. Use Device Manager to get any available updates for Windows 7 or later.
  3. The network adapter property sheet in Windows® 10 provides information about the network adapter and driver on the computer. Follow these steps to open the adapter properties: Right-click the Start button. Click Device Manager from the list.
Eding cnc port devices drivers

Edingcnc Port Devices Driver

'COD Major' and 'COD Type' Values

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Eding Cnc Port Devices Drivers

Original equipment manufacturer (OEMs) can use the COD Major and COD Type values to indicate the Class of Device for a Bluetooth-enabled Windows device. After the Bluetooth class installer sets the Class of Device based on these registry values, a remote device can determine whether it is connecting to a portable computer, a desktop computer, a phone, and so on.

The registry path to the COD Major and COD Type values is:

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HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesBTHPORTParameters

Note that setting these values changes the Bluetooth Class of Device for the system, regardless of which Bluetooth radio may be attached. You can set the COD Major and COD Type to DWORD values as defined for the Class of Device field values in the Bluetooth SIG Assigned Numbers.

The Bluetooth profile driver, BthPort.sys, reads the COD Major and COD Type values to determine how it should respond to a device inquiry. These values affect only the COD_MAJOR_XXX and COD_XXX_MINOR_XXX bits of the Class of Device. The COD_SERVICE_XXX bits are not affected by this registry entry.

If the COD Major and COD Type values are not set or are set to invalid values, the Bluetooth class installer will set these values to COD_MAJOR_COMPUTER and COD_COMPUTER_MINOR_DESKTOP, respectively.

Scanning Parameterization Settings

Profile drivers can specify scanning parameters settings for their device(s) in their profile driver's INF file to tailor to the specific needs of a given device scenario.

You can override the default system scanning parameters by providing one or more of the following scanning parameters listed below into the AddReg directive. More information on how to use this directive can be found in INF AddReg Directive.

Value NameTypeMin ValueMax Value
HighDutyCycleScanWindowDWORD 0x100010x00040x4000. Shall be equal or smaller than the HighDutyCycleScanInterval parameter
HighDutyCycleScanIntervalDWORD 0x100010x00040x4000
LowDutyCycleScanWindowDWORD 0x100010x00040x4000. Shall be smaller than the LowDutyCycleScanInterval parameter
LowDutyCycleScanIntervalDWORD 0x100010x00040x4000
LinkSupervisionTimeoutDWORD 0x100010x000A0x0C80
ConnectionLatencyDWORD 0x100010x00000x01F4
ConnectionIntervalMinDWORD 0x100010x00060x0C80. Shall be smaller or equal to ConnectionIntervalMax
ConnectionIntervalMaxDWORD 0x100010x00060x0C80

Note

Changes to scanning parameters make a global impact on the performance of the Bluetooth stack. Making changes to scanning parameters programmatically is not permitted. Using Low Duty Cycle scanning parameters that are too aggressive can not only have a negative impact to the available bandwidth for other Bluetooth Low Energy connections, but also for Bluetooth BR/EDR connections.

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