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But the odd thing is I was running 3.037 with full install, in fact
I uninstalled and reinstalled 3.037 three times and it still didn't
work with S3.
But this time I updated to 3.046 as you suggested and it's all
working now, so thanks for that.
On 08/12/2020 14:32, Paul Jones wrote:
Sounds like an s3 driver issue, install the latest Full install
3.037 that will install the s3 updated drivers, then grab the
That should fix your issue
On Dec 8, 2020, at 09:21, Tony EI8JK
OK it gets stranger, but might help in pinpointing the
If I connect with my DUO it works perfectly and it also
works perfectly with my S1, but crashes every time when I
try with the S3.
I would have thought that if it works with one it would work
with them all, but apparently not so.
On 08/12/2020 12:23, Tony EI8JK
Hi Neil, I just tried that. It took some finding as the
files were in C:/users/Tony/documents/Elad/...
I deleted them all but no difference, although I didn't
delete & reinstall the SW2 software afterwards.
On 08/12/2020 11:53, Neil
Smith G4DBN wrote:
Hi Tony, in your list of things to try, I don't see
the usual first step of deleting all of the XML files
in c:\users\<username>\Elad\FDM-SW2, did you
definitely try that? I don't know of many cases where
any of the other steps have ever fixed anything.
On 08/12/2020 11:47, Tony
Hi, I have a problem with SW2 in Windows 10
It was all working perfectly with my S3 until I
decided to upgrade SW2 to the latest version (the one
I was using was downloaded in 2018)
The problem I have is, if I start SW2 with the S3
turned off it will start OK in offline mode.
If I try to start SW2 with the S3 turned on it hangs
If I click the loading panel Windows reports that SW2
is not responding.
I've looked at past posts with this sort of problem
and have tried; uninstalling SW2, deleting all files
with "ELAD" in the title, deleting recycle bin,
rebooting, and then reinstalling SW2, to no avail.
Any idea what to look for or more importantly, how to