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  1. Thanks for the reply. I couldn't find who is the manufacturer, there is no information as to make a semi-clon violates several patents. I contacted the few sellers that are offering this product but I had no luck. 
  2. Dear all, I have a FX2N-20MR chinese semi-clon of a Mitsubishi PLC. It has only a serial DB9 port that cannot be removed or exchanged (which is possible in the Mitsubishi original PLC). I wonder if I can make a simple SCADA system using that port and just one computer. I am reading this post: https://forums.mrplc.com/index.php?/topic/9653-fx-series-and-modbus/ And I am wondering how I can do what it is suggested there in the second message:  to use a free FB block, available in GX IEC (but not in GX Developer), which will communicate modbus via a standard RS232 BD board. Later on it mentions a library called ModbSFX. That message is from 15 years ago so I am wondering if now there is some other way to do it, perhaps some other software has that functionality? I don't have GX IEC. I am a student trying to make a project so I would like a cheap and simple solution. Any help to do so will be very welcome. Thanks Regards Marcelo
  3. Gxworks installtion error cde

    I've done that and I get the same error. Then I tried in other computer and the same happened.
  4. Gxworks installtion error cde

    I tried to install GX Works 2 ver 1.560J in a notebook and I received the same error as another user is mentioning above: “Unable to read files which are necessary for installation. Please check if the installation source media is not corrupted.”. Then I installed it in a desktop computer and it was fine!. Then I tried to install it in another notebook and I also had that error! The file is ok because it installed fine in the desktop PC. All the computers I mentioned are running Windows 7, 64bits and have all the updates by Microsoft. Thanks. Regards.