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Mad Scientist

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Running escribe on Windows XP, Service Pack 3, Gateway laptop (yes, I remain in the stone ages of Windows lol).

The graph in Device Manager "flashes" to black at a rate of about 2 Hz. Seems to be related to updating the on screen data.  I also have to pause the graph to be able to enter anything (the flashing obscures the pop up boxes).  It has always done this with each version of escribe but it's really starting to bother me so I thought I'd ask.

Everything else seems to work with no issues at all.

Anyone else having this problem?  Any solutions?

Thanks.
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I get that in XP as well, not in 7,8 or 10.
James

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This occurs even with the newest version of EScribe? I'd thought I'd fixed it about a month ago.
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Yes, it still does with newest version and firmware.
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Mad Scientist

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Hi James,

Version 1.0.32 if that helps.

Thanks.
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This occurs even with the newest version of EScribe? I'd thought I'd fixed it about a month ago.


Yes James still flashes in XP.
It is very aggravating.
Please fix this James.
I can't switch Microsoft OS.
Thank you in advance.
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Please try the EScribe I posted in the Early Firmware thread. It should fix it. [smile]
Mad Scientist

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Ugh, I'm out of the country for a few days -- no PC. Will test on Tuesday for sure.

And THANK YOU for working on that!!!
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Fixed for me (win XP sp3); thanks! [smile]
Mad Scientist

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Just tested here also.  Working perfectly.  Thanks again!
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