Court Reporters – There Are Seven Ways To Find Your Device Manager – Here Are Four


Because stenotype machines, realtime cables and realtime software run on serial technology, finding the device manager is essential for the modern day court reporter. It is difficult to buy a laptop with a serial port, yet a serial port is what we need to work. This weekend I attended Mike Miller’s Realtime System Administrator class at the NCRA annual convention and learned six ways to get to the device manager wherein the magical com port number can be found.

I am going to give out four ways to reach the device manager, because the fifth, sixth and seventh ways are top secret, and you can only learn them by taking Mike’s class. Sorry.


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