BP 3.6/Windows 10 - "Could not configure device" September 12, 2020, 01:55:31 am I cannot connect to my BP 3.6 on a Windows 10 machine. When I connect the USB cable, the system enumerates and device manager shows a new COM port - FTDI (COM14).When I try to connect with Putty (115200/n/8/1) I get an error "Unable to connect to COM14. Unable to configure serial port." I tried to update the firmware using the command line version of pirate-loader (PGC jumped to PGD):Code: [Select][C:\Work\Embedded\Bus Pirate\Bus_Pirate-master\package\BPv3-firmware]pirate-loader --dev=COM14 --hex=BPv3-firmware-v6.3-r2151.hex+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Pirate-Loader for BP with Bootloader v4+ Loader version: 1.0.2 OS: WINDOWS+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++Parsing HEX file [BPv3-firmware-v6.3-r2151.hex]Found 21502 words (64506 bytes)Fixing bootloader/userprogram jumpsOpening serial device COM14...OKConfiguring serial port settings...ERRORCould not configure device, errno=0I'm not sure what the difference is between opening and configuring COM14...Putty is able to connect to an Arduino Due which appears as "Arduino Due Programming Port (COM11)" without a problem so I don't think this issue is on my system. Has my Bus Pirate died?