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Primary V Cranksensor crashes my software?

Postby Paul Gunstone » Sat Sep 23, 2006 4:31 pm

Hi Admin,
Just a quick question, Installed v 6.00 beta today, but when I click on 'primary v crank sensor in the drop down menu, the system brings up an error window inwhich to save a report on this problem, when I close this box, the software closes. I am using a Picoscope ADC212 2 channel scope on a LPT1 port configuration. Any suggestions greatly received! (ps: great new software this new version).
Many thanks in advance,
PG.
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crash

Postby Autonerdz » Sat Sep 23, 2006 6:24 pm

Hi Paul,

It seems the psd file that menu selection loads is not compatible with PicoScope 6. It opens in PicoScope 5 though. Send the error log to the Pico 6 engineers. I attached the one I got. It's not you :wink:

The automotive menu selections are good to get you started and have some nice examples but none of them are optimized for best performance. You will find that configuring the scope manually for your captures will yield better results and then you can save your own psd files for recall when you want to do a similar capture.
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Error Log from crash when selecting 'primary v crank sensor' in the drop down menu.
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Postby paulgunstone » Sun Sep 24, 2006 7:30 pm

Thanks for the reply Auto,
I'll send the report to engineers tomorrow
All the best,
Gunner. :D
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Beta V6.01 Available

Postby davidj » Sat Dec 02, 2006 6:16 am

Still Beta, but much more stable here:
http://www.picotech.com/auto/picoscope- ... l#software

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