While DCITU supports transfer speeds of up to 230400, most OS/2-based computers only support speeds as high as 115200 without the use of special hardware and/or drivers. Also note that not all cameras can connect at speeds faster than 115200, and OS/2's
COM.SYSdriver cannot typically use speeds higher than 115200 for the 16550-UART chipset used in common serial ports.
If both your serial port and your digital camera support transfer speeds higher than 115200, please download the
SIO.SYSdriver from either Hobbes or Ray Gwinn's web site.
SIO.SYSoption that locks the serial port to a specific speed cannot be used with DCITU. This option would look as follows in your
CONFIG.SYS:DEVICE=D:\SIO\SIO.SYS (1:38400,3F8,4) (2:19200,2F8,3)For DCITU to work with your digital camera, you must unlock the serial port to which your digital camera is connected. Using the previous example, if you needed to unlock
COM2, then the line would be modified as follows:DEVICE=D:\SIO\SIO.SYS (1:38400,3F8,4) (2,2F8,3)