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Can I change COM1 to COM2?

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I have a Gateway computer that is running XP Pro and I have a program that is looking for COM2.  Can I change COM1 to COM2?
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Yes, in Device Manager, Ports, right-click on the serial port and choose
properties.   Choose Port Settings tab, then Advanced,  and change the
com port number.
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