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Nanotec Electronic specializes in precise, high-performance drive solutions. We offer a broad range of integrated motors, brushless DC motors and stepper motors, as well as motor controllers and linear actuators that are primarily used in automation systems, automatic laboratory equipment and medical devices.

Hardware - Install a Printer as a Local Port Device

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Nanotec offers a number of controllers and motors with integrated controller that are equipped with a USB interface. The controllers are detected immediately as mass storage devices without the use of additional drivers and enable the parameterization of the controllers via a configuration file. ASIX USB to Serial / Parallel Port Driver This package provides the driver for ASIX serial and parallel port and is supported on Latitude, XPS and Precision running the following Operating Systems: Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. Plug & Drive Studio 1 is a free software for easy commissioning and programming the Nanotec controllers, and tuning the motor. The software supports products with CAN (IXXAT & PEAK), serial, Ethernet. In windows manager you will see the Arduino device detected as USB2.0-Serial, refer below screen shot. Since FTDI driver stopped working with the fake FTDI chip, the cheap clone stopped using FTDI chips, and switched to the CH340G USB to serial chip this is good, when compared to using fake FDTI chips.

Applies to: Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista and XP

How do I install a printer as a Local Port device?
Solution:
Use the instructions below to install the printer using a Local Port on the given operating system.
NOTE: These instructions assume the following:
  • The printer is already shared from the computer that is hosting it. See How to Share a Printer- FAQ 38545 for more information.
  • That you have downloaded the proper drivers for the printer model you are installing.
  • That you are able to access the shared resources on that computer without being prompted for login credentials. If you cannot access the hosting PC without providing credentials, correct that issue before proceeding.
  • You have ensured the printer is shared and security is set to Everyone with Full Control.
If these steps have not been performed, please do so before attempting installation of a Local Port device. Failure to do so will result in failure errors when trying to create the port.
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To install a printer locally on Windows 10, follow these steps:

  1. Right-click on the Windows logo in the bottom left of the screen. Select Search.
  2. Search for Control Panel. Select it from the search results.
  3. Find Devices and Printers in the Control Panel and open it.
  4. Click Add a Printer (on the top).
  5. A window will come up that is searching for printers on the network. Click Stop, then click The printer I want isn't listed.

  6. Click Add a local printer or network printer with manual settings. Click Next.

  7. Click Create a new port. Select Local Port for Type of port.
  8. In the Port Name box, type the path to the printer in the following format, where server is the name of the print server and printer is the share name of the printer (e.g. serverprinter). Click OK.
  9. Select the printer model and driver. Click Next. If the exact model isn't listed, click Have Disk and browse to the location where you earlier extracted the drivers.
  10. Follow the rest of the wizard. When prompted to share the printer, select Do not share this printer.
    NOTE: Printers should only be shared from ONE computer, preferably the computer it is connected to via USB.

To install a printer locally on Windows 8.1, follow these steps:

  1. Right-click on the Windows logo in the bottom left of the screen. Select Control Panel.
  2. Find Devices and Printers in the Control Panel and open it.
  3. Click Add a Printer (on the top).
  4. A window will come up that is searching for printers on the network. Click Stop, then click The printer I want isn't listed.
  5. Click Add a local printer or network printer with manual settings. Click Next.
  6. Click Create a new port. Select Local Port for Type of port.
  7. In the Port Name box, type the path to the printer in the following format, where server is the name of the print server and printer is the share name of the printer (e.g. serverprinter). Click OK.
  8. Select the printer model and driver. Click Next. If the exact model isn't listed, click Have Disk and browse to the location where you earlier extracted the drivers.
  9. Follow the rest of the wizard. When prompted to share the printer, select Do not share this printer.
    NOTE: Printers should only be shared from ONE computer, preferably the computer it is connected to via USB.

Mad catz mobile phones & portable devices driver download. To install a printer locally on Windows 8, follow these steps:

  1. Move your mouse to the lower-right to bring up the Charms bar, or press Windows key + C.
  2. Click on the Settings gear, then click Control Panel.
  3. In Control Panel, open Devices and Printers.
  4. Click Add a Printer (on the top).
  5. A window will come up that is searching for printers on the network. Click Stop, then click The printer I want isn't listed.
  6. Click Add a local printer or network printer with manual settings. Click Next.
  7. Click Create a new port. Select Local Port for Type of port.
  8. In the Port Name box, type the path to the printer in the following format, where server is the name of the print server and printer is the share name of the printer (e.g. serverprinter). Click OK.
  9. Select the printer model and driver. Click Next. If the exact model isn't listed, click Have Disk and browse to the location where you earlier extracted the drivers.
  10. Follow the rest of the wizard. When prompted to share the printer, select Do not share this printer.
    NOTE: Printers should only be shared from ONE computer, preferably the computer it is connected to via USB.

To install a printer locally on Windows Vista and 7, follow these steps:

  1. Click Start Devices and Printers.
  2. Click Add a Printer (on the top).
  3. Select Add a local printer.
  4. Select Create a new port. Select Local Port for the Port Type. Click Next.
  5. In the Port Name box, type the path to the printer in the following format, where server is the name of the print server and printer is the share name of the printer (e.g. serverprinter). Click OK
  6. Select the printer model and driver. Click Next. If the exact model isn't listed, click Have Disk and browse to the location where you earlier extracted the drivers.
  7. Follow the rest of the wizard. When prompted to share the printer, select Do not share this printer.
    NOTE: Printers should only be shared from ONE computer, preferably the computer it is connected to via USB.

To install a printer locally on a Windows XP-based computer, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Start Control Panel Printers and Other Hardware Printers and Faxes.
  2. Double-click Add Printer to start the Add Printer Wizard. Click Next.
  3. Click Local printer. Clear the Automatically detect and install check box. Click Next.
  4. Click Create a new port. Click Local Port in the Port type section.
  5. In the Port Name box, type the path to the printer in the following format, where server is the name of the print server and printer is the share name of the printer: serverprinter.
  6. Click Next. Select the driver for your printer. If the driver is not listed, click Have Disk and browse to the location where you earlier extracted the drivers.
  7. Click Next, and then follow the instructions to finish the wizard. When prompted to share the printer, select Do not share this printer.
    NOTE: Printers should only be shared from ONE computer, preferably the computer it is connected to via USB.

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CP2102 is a USB to UART IC from Silicon Labs. It is my favourite converter IC and I have been using USB to RS232 module and USB to TLL modules based on CP2102 for couple of years without any issues. CP2102 is a cheaper alternative to the costlier ftdi IC (ft232) but cp2102 is a bit difficult to solder as it comes in QFN-28 package and is very small (just 5mmx5mm) in size. The main advantage of CP2102 is that no extra external components are required.

CP2102 IC is used in lot of Arduino UNO Clones, arduino Nano, Node MUC and even in ESP32 Development boards. In this tutorial I will provide you with step by step process to install CP2102 USB Driver in windows.

You can download CP2102 driver from below

  • CP2102 USB Driver for Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1 & Windows 10


Step by Step Installation of CP2102 Drivers

Initially connect your hardware having CP2102 USB to Serial IC to your PC. In the device manager it will show “CP2102 USB to UART Bridge Controller” (as shown in below figure) which means that your PC has detected the drivers but please note the “!” sign which indicated cp2102 drivers have not been installed.


Now extract the “CP210x_Windows_Drivers” in a folder and in that you will find applications named “CP210xVCPInstaller_x64” & “CP210xVCPInstaller_x86”. If your system is 64 bit then run “CP210xVCPInstaller_x64.exe” application and if it is 32 bit then run “CP210xVCPInstaller_x86” application.


Once you run your application it will show you the welcome screen click “Next” on the screen. Then the license Agreement screen is shown select “I agree” and then on “Next”.



Just relax now the CP2102 drivers will start installing….and within few seconds completed screen will be displayed.


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Once installed it will show driver successfully installed. Now go again back to device manager and there you will see that the driver has been successfully been installed and a com port has been allotted. In below image you can see that “com4” has been allotted for cp2102 IC in my laptop.

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Drivers for the CP2102 have now been installed successfully. I have tested this drivers and installation process in Windows XP, windows 7. Will test is soon on Windows 8 & windows 10.

You can see in above image that Port Number 4 has been allocated to this IC. If you want you can even change the virtual com port number from Device Manager.

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For latest CP2102 drivers and for drivers for MAC, Linux and for Android OS please check this link.

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