1) Click Start. 2) Click Control Panel in the Start menu. 3) Click Device Manager in the Control Panel. 4) Click + next to Port in the Device Manager to display the port list.

How do I know the COM port?

Follow the instructions to get your COM port number:

  1. Open Device Manager (Start → Control Panel → Hardware and Sound → Device Manager)
  2. Look in the Device Manager list, open the category “Ports” and find the matching COM Port.
  3. Take the number in the bracket behind the port description.


How do I check my COM ports in Windows 7 using CMD?

You can identify open ports on a Windows 7 machine by running a single command with the correct switches from the command prompt. Run the “netstat” command to quickly identify open ports.

Why are my COM ports not showing up?

If the COM port still does not appear in the dropdown, check the Device Manager found in Control Panel and verify the USB adapter is listed and working properly. The COM port number should be listed beside it in parenthesis if it is working properly.

How do I find my COM port using CMD?

Quote from video: So the command is knit stat then space minus a and b. After that you have to press enter from your keyboard.

How do I find my serial COM port?

To find the serial port number, open the Device Manager (press the Windows key , type in Device Manager, then press Enter). Then click Ports (COM & LPT). Look for USB Serial Port (COM#). Your serial port number is indicated by the number.

Where is COM port in Device Manager?

1) Click Start. 2) Click Control Panel in the Start menu. 3) Click Device Manager in the Control Panel. 4) Click + next to Port in the Device Manager to display the port list.

How do I configure COM ports in Windows 7?

SOLUTION

  1. Go to Windows Device manager > Multi-port serial adapters.
  2. Select the adapter and right click to open the menu.
  3. Click on the Properties link.
  4. Open the Ports Configuration tab.
  5. Click on the Port Setting button.
  6. Select the Port Number and click OK.
  7. Click OK to apply the changes.