Installed GPS functioning perfectly on GPS info, device manager showing all good. Installed openCPN 4.2 and charts.
Lenovo Notepad, Win10, Glonass GPS (-I have not heard of it and do not know it.)
What kind of GPS? USB GPS puck? or Serial
Puck with adapter cable to USB?
When you say "GPSinfo" does that mean you are using the program GPSinfo?
GPS tracker, wearable devices Manufacturer â€“ GlobalSat WorldCom Corp.
For example the program "GPSinfo" will allow you to change the settings being used by your Globalsat GPS Puck, change the mode, level of nmea0183 being used, and enable and disable certain features. It will also allow you to change the GPS to an unused Com port. Your GPS probably has a companion CD or download that comes with it which will allow you to change the GPS settings appropriately.
Have you determined exactly which COM port is being used with the USB?
-- You may have by looking in Device Manager for Com Ports
and checking that your GPS Device is working properly. Is that what you did? If so, what port is it using? What speed? etc.
What are the settings for the GPS? Speed, etc.
If you are using a serial
connection, you must must have the Opencpn Connection settings match the com port, baud rate, parity etc that has been set up in your GPS Manufacturer's software
. Normally the baud rate is 4800.
You could also set the connection up with GPSD.
I think you will need to provide more detail to set up the questions you want to ask and take a look at:
GPS Setup | Official OpenCPN Homepage
Connections | Official OpenCPN Homepage
GPS Devices | Official OpenCPN Homepage
If you can be more specific about exactly what you have done, other users may be able to help.
Also here is a search on Windows10 GPS
Read down aways, a lot of this has been covered a number of times.
If you find we are not covering something in the User Documentation
about GPS, please advise, as we are trying to make it clear. Thank you..