[WT-support] Registration Key
Joe Subich, W4TV
lists at subich.com
Sun Mar 11 16:58:02 CET 2012
FTDI (Future Technology Devices International), manufacturer of the USB
chip used in all microHAM products, have a buggy hardware driver. That
driver is causing the USB port to shut down at inappropriate times.
The information has been distributed on the microHAM Yahoo list:
In essence, one can uninstall Router 8.0.7 and revert to Router 7.7.1
or can completely disable all power saving features (Sleep, etc.) in
The next release of Router will return to the backlevel version of the
FTDI drivers (ftd2xx.dll).
... Joe Subich, W4TV
microHAM America, LLC.
On 3/11/2012 10:29 AM, Stein Roar LA6FJA-K3RAG wrote:
> I had several bugs with my MKII after update of my 8.0.7 microham software.
> All settings dissappear and virtual ports stops! and also function keys stops..
> even Win-test or writelog..
> 73s LA6FJA
>> From: Andrew Bennett [andrew.bennett21 at btinternet.com]
>> Sent: 2012-03-11 13:38:13 MET
>> To: support at win-test.com
>> Subject: [WT-support] Registration Key
>> After a system crash which led to the shack computer having to have it's hard disk reformatted I need new registration key for my copy of win-test.
>> I have followed the instructions on the website which is still down and emailed my details for a new key.
>> I am still waiting for a new key to be emailed to me so I can only assume that the people at win-test are currently busy sorting out the current problems with the web-site.
>> As a consequence I have had to run win-test in demo mode for the BERU contest this weekend where I have had to put up with periodically resetting the program. I have also noticed that the program has been doing some strange things with my Microham 2 keyer at key moments by causing the function keys to stop working correctly when trying to work a station. Rebooting the computer seemed to sort things out but isn't an ideal solution. I have assumed that this problem has arisen because of me having to run the program in demo mode as this hasn't happened before.
>> Any advice on the keyer issue welcome.
>> 73 de Andrew G0HSA
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