- May 11, 2021
I’ve tried everything through upgrading my ports and all. For some reason when my v3 dsm link cable tries to connect it says port not valid any help???
See it the v3 cable isn’t recognizing the ports for my laptop I have the v3 version
No it’s not on the floor unfortunately I wish it was it’d be easier to tell if there is somthing wrong5 qts is full. It's not on the ground, is it???
When I was young, I finished up a project at 2am, poured 5 qts in, fired it up......no oil pressure. Looked under the car, no drain plug and 5 qts on the floor.
Yes and for some reason the light blinks on the cable but it’s says it can’t connect. I’ll try some more things here soonThere is more than one version of Link. There is more than one version of the drivers to install to help your computer recognize the USB ports as COM ports so Link can connect.
Which com port are you plugging it into? Does that match the com port you have selected in the Link settings?
Try bumping the starter when you are trying to connect. I have had some "weird" issues connecting, and sometimes I have to start the car to get it to connect and works fine after that.
didn’t have to bump the starter just turn the key to on and off fast and it connectedNo promises, but they don't mention it in any VFAQs about Link, it just happened to be a work around for me. Good luck!!!