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I am NOT using AVG. I use Norton 360 and the computer is scanned at
least weekly plus the registry cleaner is run.
It is not a computer problem. I ran great until the upgrade (?) that
modified the band map. I think it was 3.49. 178 or there about.
On 8/19/2014 1:11 PM, Jim Hargrave
others that are running AVG anti-virus
Be sure you add: "C:/Logger32/Logger32.exe" to the AVG
PUP exception list.
Otherwise AVG will scan Logger32.exe any time there is
any action by the program.
This really slows down the program.
I also suggest you run a Registry cleaner on a regular
If you don't have one, Look at "Glary Utilities". They
have a freebie version that does a nice job.
On 8/19/2014 4:38 AM, 'John PINK' john_pink@...
that you are using AVG – have you run the ‘Fix
Performance’ feature to clean up you computer?
You may just
find that there are a whole bundle of issues that
need to be fixed.
It is not a radio problem.
The problem is with the bandmap. When you click on a
spot the radio responds immediately. Then it takes
five or six seconds for the call (the spot you clicked
on) to appear in the Logbook entry window and for the
previous QSO's, if there are any, to come up in the
previous QSOs window. Then the bandmap goes blank and
all the calls reload.
73 Terry N4TB
On 8/18/2014 2:54 PM, k4cy@...
Did you figure out
why it is taking your radio sooooo long to
QSY? When you looked at the Radio Debug
Window it told you exactly how long (and
why). Would you like to share with
others what you found? 73.
Burkholder tabn4tb@... [hamlogger]" mailto:hamlogger@...
I click on a
moves to the
new QRG but it
takes 4 to 5
call to show
up in the log
show up in the
when I change
bands on the
V, it takes 4
or 5 seconds
for the new
to show up.
delay has not
before and is
for a station
like the W1AW/
L32 or is
change to get
back to the
virus found in
Checked by AVG