How to Use Virtual Serial Port Driver 7.1 with Keygen 121
Virtual Serial Port Driver (VSPD) is a software tool that allows you to create and manage virtual serial ports on your computer. Virtual serial ports can emulate real serial ports and connect applications that use them. This can be useful for testing, debugging, or simulating serial devices.
VSPD 7.1 is the latest version of the software that supports Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 and offers various features and improvements. To use VSPD 7.1, you need to activate it with a license key that you can obtain from the official website or from a keygen tool.
A keygen tool is a program that generates valid license keys for software products. Keygen 121 is one of the keygen tools that can generate license keys for VSPD 7.1. However, using a keygen tool may be illegal, unethical, or unsafe, as it may violate the software license agreement, infringe the intellectual property rights of the software developer, or contain malware or viruses.
Therefore, we do not recommend using Keygen 121 or any other keygen tool to activate VSPD 7.1. Instead, we suggest you purchase a legitimate license key from the official website of Eltima Software, the developer of VSPD 7.1. By doing so, you will support the software development, get technical support and updates, and avoid any legal or security risks.
If you still want to use Keygen 121 to activate VSPD 7.1, you can follow these steps at your own risk:
Download and install VSPD 7.1 from https://www.virtual-serial-port.org/.
Download and run Keygen 121 from https://trello.com/c/4lkt0apG/59-free-virtual-serial-port-driver-71-keygen-121.
Select VSPD 7.1 from the product list and click Generate.
Copy the generated license key and paste it into the activation window of VSPD 7.1.
Click Activate and enjoy using VSPD 7.1.
Note: We are not responsible for any consequences that may arise from using Keygen 121 or any other keygen tool to activate VSPD 7.1. Use them at your own discretion and risk.
After activating VSPD 7.1 with Keygen 121, you can start creating and managing virtual serial ports on your computer. To do so, you can use the graphical user interface (GUI) or the command-line interface (CLI) of VSPD 7.1.
The GUI of VSPD 7.1 allows you to easily create, delete, configure, and monitor virtual serial ports and their connections. You can access the GUI by clicking the VSPD icon on your desktop or in your system tray. The GUI consists of three tabs: Virtual Serial Ports, Serial Port Pairs, and Serial Port Monitor.
The Virtual Serial Ports tab shows the list of all virtual serial ports created by VSPD 7.1 on your computer. You can add a new virtual serial port by clicking the Add Port button and specifying its name and parameters. You can also edit or delete an existing virtual serial port by selecting it and clicking the Edit Port or Delete Port button.
The Serial Port Pairs tab shows the list of all virtual serial port pairs created by VSPD 7.1 on your computer. A virtual serial port pair consists of two virtual serial ports that are connected to each other and can exchange data. You can create a new virtual serial port pair by clicking the Add Pair button and selecting two virtual serial ports from the drop-down menus. You can also edit or delete an existing virtual serial port pair by selecting it and clicking the Edit Pair or Delete Pair button.
The Serial Port Monitor tab shows the real-time data transmission between virtual serial ports and their connected applications. You can select a virtual serial port from the drop-down menu and view its incoming and outgoing data in hexadecimal, decimal, octal, binary, or ASCII format. You can also save the data to a file or copy it to the clipboard.
The CLI of VSPD 7.1 allows you to perform the same operations as the GUI using command-line arguments. You can access the CLI by opening a command prompt window and typing vspd.exe followed by the appropriate arguments. For example, to create a new virtual serial port pair COM5-COM6, you can type vspd.exe -addpair COM5 COM6. To view the help information for all available arguments, you can type vspd.exe -help. 061ffe29dd