Re: Windosws 10, version 1803 trouble




I don't know whether your windows was crashing on the boot or on one of your programs. If it is, I don't know whether you know about this program, called “Who Crashed”. It's very good for finding out what Windows has crashed on and is free for personal use.


It may be that you have an FTDI driver problem. I had to update my FTDI drivers.


The problem I had last night was that when I shut down. Windows kept on rebooting instead of shutting down. I've yet to find a problem.




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From: [] On Behalf Of Thorsten Miglus
Sent: 05 May 2018 14:50
Subject: Re: [MSG-1] Windosws 10, version 1803 trouble



I have no idea what causes the crashes.
On my second PC, mainly used for internet access, 1803 is running ok.
As all is running fine with 1709 for months I decided to stay at this version.


On Sat, May 5, 2018 at 05:41 am, David J Taylor wrote:

Thanks for the report, Thorsten.

What component causes the crashes? Is it the TelliCast software? If it's the device software, which device and what drivers/data software are you using?

I had multiple crashes with TBS data software, but none with BDADataEx (still using the TBS device driver).

I've not yet updated the main PCs here to 1803, but there have been no problems with ancillary PCs. I did read that there may be a new permission for programs to access the microphone (seems reasonable!) which may affect some radio programs.

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