> Here is what I did
Wow! I suggest you stick with hyperterminal in the short term,
and only play with this problem when waiting for inspiration 8-).
In any case, here are some things that are not on your list ...
(1) Look at the waveform out of the computer on an oscilloscope;
some computer chipsets have weak drivers that droop at speed.
(2) Try using the same computer in a different OS, for example DOS.
That'll verify whether you're having a driver problem.
(3) Carefully compare the bit sizes that come back from the ucsimm
with the bit sizes you're sending to the ucsimm to be the same.
(4) Tell the host PC to use a slightly lower baud rate (eg 5% lower).
(5) Try another computer under linux with its serial port. If that
works, go and install mserver and/or rsh for downloading.
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