Syscheck will not run properly on my NexGen PF110. I tried it with idon.com and idoff.com
When you run Windows NT 3.51, and have the emulator card setup for COM1, do you still see COM1 listed in the ports section of the Control Panel? NT is removing the COM# which has the mouse on it. Is this not the correct behavior? Could you check this?
On your system, if you leave COM1 enabled in the BIOS, are you still able to use the emulator card on COM1 in Windows 95? I suspect my system is reserving COM1's IRQ4 and 3F8 for the motherboard's onboard RS232 and refuses to give it up, even though there isn't any hardware plugged into the port.
I have already tried deleting all the COM ports in SafeMode and "search for new hardware" with the wizard, but the problem persists.
Attached is the POST screen. COM1 is disabled in the BIOS, and 3F8 shows up from the emulator card as expected. But if your set in BIOS to have COM1 enabled and run the emulator card on COM1, what happens in Windows? I suspect you will experience the problems I am having.
I noticed that you have two baud rates set for COM1/COM2. One at 1200 baud, the other at 2400 baud. Which of these should I be using? I think Windows defaults to 9600.