USB to Serial Device - Windows 11 ARM

Discussion in 'Parallels Desktop for Apple Silicon (M1) Mac' started by BryanB10, Nov 15, 2021.

  1. BryanB10

    BryanB10 Bit Poster

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    I am trying to connect a USB to Serial cable to my computer (M1 MacBook Pro) running the latest version of parallels. I can configure the cable in the parallels configuration, it shows as recognized and working on the windows VM, but whenever I try to use it, it doesn't actually work. I cannot seem to find any drivers or any cables that have drivers for ARM based windows 10 or 11. I have also tried the standard USB to Serial Modem driver in Windows 11, to no avail. Anyone have any cables that are working or any advice? Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    Thank you
     
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  2. JoelS13

    JoelS13

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    I am having the same problem. I use a USB-C to Serial adapter with Prolific PL-2303RA chipset. I was able to use other forums' suggestion to roll back driver on a Dell XPS13 with Windows 11, but I cannot get prolific drivers to even show up in Windows 11 ARM on M1 MacBook Pro 13.
     
  3. WladimirG1

    WladimirG1

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    Any updates on this?
     
  4. JehadA

    JehadA

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    Has this issue been resolved I also have the same issue?
     
  5. gregsr

    gregsr Bit Poster

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    Do you know which chipset your cable is using?
     
  6. HC_3

    HC_3 Kilo Poster

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    no :(
    this is the only known solution (as far as i know): #46
     
  7. gregsr

    gregsr Bit Poster

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    It works if you have the proper ARM driver for the chipset used in your cable or external device. I use a FTDI ARM driver with an FTDI chip and it works fine.
     

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