There are not seven pairs of XPVCOM in system.

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I am sharing one of my questions to all of you here, and I am looking out that someone will help me with the error message that I receive with Cellular Emulator.

I get an error message while trying to start Cellular Emulator. I have it installed on Windows 7 OS.

I thought there could be a possibility of some files missing so uninstalled it and reinstalled it back again.

Can anyone point me to a solution?


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There are not seven pairs of XPVCOM in system.

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There are not seven pairs of XPVCOM in system.



Scott . To resolve your problem, you have to work step by step on the options provided below:

Option 1-

Do you have any bluetooth virtual com ports installed on your Pc, If yes, remove them first and than Re-Start the machine, and start the emulator, you may be able to set up the Blue tooth ports again.

Option 2-

Open the Command prompt as administrator:

(Go to Start > Search> write command     you will see an icon of Command Propmt, right click and click run as administrator.)

To remove and than Re-Install the XPVCom   write the following command in the command prompt:

You must be on the directory where the program is installed, Normally it is:

CD Program FilesWindows Mobile 6 SDKToolsCellular Emulator

Write       InstallXPVCom.exe UnInstall  

               InstallXPVCom.exe Install  

The program should work now.

If you still have issues then go to the option 3


You have to remove all the comm ports using programmes and devices *(hardware) such as Blue tooth.

Remove all the SDKs on your computer

Then Re-Start the computer, while Re-Starting do not allow the computer to detect any new hardware.

After the computer is restarted, then install the " Windows Mobile 6 Professional SDK Refresh".

Please be CAREFUL and do not install" Windows Mobile 6 Professional SDK "

You can then Re-Start and Install all the remaining hardware which are Detected at the time of Re-Starting.


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