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Whereas there is no major difference between these two functions, they can be used in different scenarios. The 'Split' function gives you more flexibility in setting up ports (assigning signal port etc.). At the same time, there can be situations when applications work only with particular COM port (COM1 as a rule), in this case the ‘share’ function is better.
Sure! Please write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining why you need an extended trial key and we’ll send you one as soon as possible.
After making sure it is our software that’s causing the BSOD, please do the following:
1) Go to the System Properties ("Windows + Break" buttons on the keyboard)
2) Open "Advanced" tab
3) In the "Startup and Recovery" section press "Settings" button.
4) Here you can see "Write debugging information" section. Choose "Kernel memory dump" and remember the path to the file - MEMORY.DMP
By default it's "%SystemRoot%\MEMORY.DMP"
5) Reproduce BSOD once again
6) Go to the windows root folder and find that file: "Windows/MEMORY.DMP"
7) Zip this file and send it to email@example.com.
8) Also please send us your sysinfo. To get it you need to do the following:
Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> System Information File -> Save
Most probably you’re getting a BSOD, but your PC is not configured to show it. Please follow the instructions above to send us the kernel memory dump file.