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usb2comport [2009/09/02 06:55]
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 In this key, you will specify the location IDs of each USB port you plan to use. In this key, you will specify the location IDs of each USB port you plan to use.
  
 +==== USBView ====
 To obtain the location IDs of your physical USB ports, use the [[http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​usbview/​usbview.exe|USBView application]]. ​ When you run this application,​ you will be presented with a screen as shown below. ​ Of course, the laptop on which you are running this application will have a different configuration.  ​ To obtain the location IDs of your physical USB ports, use the [[http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​usbview/​usbview.exe|USBView application]]. ​ When you run this application,​ you will be presented with a screen as shown below. ​ Of course, the laptop on which you are running this application will have a different configuration.  ​
  
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 Identify these ports on your laptop (however many you want to assign) and write them down.  The following examples will use these two ports. ​ Be sure to use your **OWN IDs** instead of the ones used in this example as your laptop will be different. Identify these ports on your laptop (however many you want to assign) and write them down.  The following examples will use these two ports. ​ Be sure to use your **OWN IDs** instead of the ones used in this example as your laptop will be different.
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 +==== Regedit ====
  
 Now, bring up the **regedit** application by going to Start->​Run and typing in regedit then hitting OK.  Navigate to the following node: Now, bring up the **regedit** application by going to Start->​Run and typing in regedit then hitting OK.  Navigate to the following node:
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 {{  http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​usbview/​usbview-04.gif ​ }} {{  http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​usbview/​usbview-04.gif ​ }}
  
 +From here, highlight the **Parameters** node as shown and then select
 +**Edit->​New->​BinaryValue**. ​ Type in **LocIds** as the name of this new value. ​ When you are done, you should see something like the following.
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 +{{  http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​usbview/​usbview-05.gif ​ }}
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 +Double click on the new **LocIds** entry to bring up the edit box shown below.
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 +{{  http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​usbview/​usbview-06.gif ​ }}
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 +Now type in the location IDs you identified earlier, but type them in reverse order! ​ So from our example above, we want to enter 0x00000041 and 0x00000042 as our location IDs.  These would be typed into the dialog box above as 41 00 00 00 42 00 00 00 to produce the following.
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 +{{  http://​www.ecmtuning.com/​images/​forums/​usbview/​usbview-07.gif ​ }}
  
 +Use your own numbers here of course! ​ The 41 and 42 numbers are simply our example numbers. Your numbers will be different. ​ When done, hit OK and then close the registry window.
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