On Tue, 19 Mar 2002, Vladimir Alexiev wrote:
> Victor Rehorst <victor_at_newtontalk.net> on 18 Mar 2002
> > > Is there a Windows program that can connect at
> > > higher speeds?
> >This problem with NCU was just discussed
> That says:
> ] NCU buffer for the speed is only 5 bytes long (plus the null terminator).
> ] NCU tries to talk at 11520 if you hack the registry
> I'm not too worried about the buffering because I got NCU running at
> Realtime priority on a 800Mhz Win2000 machine, so I think the speed will be
You misunderstand. NCU only tried to read up to 5 bytes out of that
registry key to get the port speed. 115200 is six chars - six bytes. So
if you were to hack that value into the registry key, then NCU would only
read the first 5 bytes - "11520" - and try to connect at that speed.
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