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Re: Looking for basic documentation on Cygwin and Serial Ports
> What motherboard do you have? It's always possible that there is a
> riser pinout for a serial port somewhere in the front of the board for
> connection to a front panel mount.
No, I checked for that. Besides, this port would appear in Windows' device
manager even if it wasn't brought out of the board. I also explored the
possibility of a serial port used internally to connect to some type of
monitoring chip, but nothing there either. The board is a fairly old
micro-ATX with fairly limited connectivity (hence the USB-to-serial cable).
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