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Old January 2nd, 2018, 08:56 AM   #1
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No connection with Ultra 100 Series Drive

Hello,

We have just changed a servo motor and need to go online with a Ultra 100 Series Drive. We are BRU Master to do this, and we are greeted with a message saying something along the lines of "The communications port cannot be opened. It is probably being used by another application or the mouse." This is what pops up as soon as the program is opened. Rather than connecting automatically like usual. No other COM ports are being used.

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