Just wanted to say thanks to everyone.
The 9 pin serial cable was bad, verified with a volt/ohm meter. Bought a new one and found the Hi Pro needed updating. After that off to the races with programming the Phonak Savia aids.
I plan to leave them alone for one week before making any changes. Is that long enough or should I wait longer? I still have all the tinnitus that I had before while wearing the aids. Is there something I could do with the aids to minimize tinnitus?
Now that the Hi Pro is updated, I wonder if I can get it to work on my laptop using the USB connection?
Thanks again to everyone.
Last edited by Raudrive; 10-30-2009 at 09:57 PM.
Wanted to pass on an update concerning the serial port Hi Pro usage on Windows Vista using a Belkin serial/USB adapter.
Over the past month I have been unable to get this serial Hi Pro to work on my laptop with the Vista operating system. I have been able to do all my Phonak programming on my wife's PC that uses the Windows XP operating system.
Over the last couple weeks I have been getting a bunch of Windows Vista updates. So, for the heck of it today I tried again to run the Hi Pro on my laptop tied to my Phonak Savia aids. It worked like a jewel.
Passing on a little info for the DIY people.
I remember one of the Vista updates was a group of drivers. I suspect Vista recognizes the port parameters of the Hi Pro now. Vista had no problems recognizing all three of USB/serial adapters I tried a few weeks ago. It was just the Hi Pro it did not recognize.
If you are up to date with all your Windows updates I have a feeling you may good to go on the serial/USB adapter with Hi Pro.
I just got a Serial HiPro. And i have the IOGEAR usb adapter on my XPsp3 notebook.
Could someone please provide me with the handshake settings of they are using successfully with the HiPro.
Bits pers second: 9600 ?
Data bits: 8 ?
Parity None : ?
Stop bits: 1
Flow Control : None
Not sure if the FIFO buffers in advanced Com settings apply here ?
I just joined and look forward to a sharing and growing with a great group here.
Not sure if i should have started a new post, but it seems like it is exactly on topic here.
Does anyone know the correct settings to the question posted above? ^^
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I have similar problems with a USB HiPro . I have windows vista momentarily and want to change to windows 7.
My Hipro CD has no drivers for win7 or vista?
The HiPro doesn't flash, when I connect the cables to the hearing aids with Phonak softwares like yours. I live in Germany , my English is not so good. If you were successful in the meantime, I would be glad for any further hint to solve my problem!
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