Re: No output power?
The fldigi settings information is not in that file - and the N1MM+ files should not be in OneDrive, anyway, as that has been known to cause database corruption (OneDrive does not understand how the database engine works, and if it does an automatic backup while the database file is open, it can damage the file).toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
When you run fldigi from within N1MM+, you are advised by the N1MM+ documentation to use a copy of fldigi that is in a non-protected location (such as C:\HamRadio\fldigi or something like that). Whichever folder you put N1MM+'s copy of fldigi in is where you will find the fldigi configuration files.
However, tinkering with the configuration files (other than renaming them and starting over) is not the easiest way to deal with this kind of problem. While you are running fldigi from inside N1MM+, use fldigi's Configure > Sound Card menu item to open the setup window for the sound card. There are several sub-tabs (Devices, Settings, etc.). Assuming fldigi is working from inside N1MM+, take careful note of all of the settings under the Devices, Settings and Right channel sub-tabs. Shut down N1MM+. Now open the stand-alone version of fldigi (the one that isn't working properly). Use its Configure > Sound Card menu item to open up the same setup window and go through all of the settings under those tabs and make them the same as they are in the working version. Click on Save, then Close, and see if that fixes it.
On Fri, Feb 15, 2019 at 03:47 PM, Michael Black wrote: