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speed4mee

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Is it possible to show a live view from the screen of the display that isn't attached [smile]
This can be useful for testing a mod without an attached display or with a defective display.

My display is dead and so i wish a software screen for the missing display.


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Just tried the new update, 2015-08-05 EScribe, 2015-07-29 R1 firmware.
It forced a new USB driver install that put EScribe into a "not responding" state.
Bricked my V200.  Closed everything through task manager and re-opened.
Using the tools menu, I forced the firmware upgrade and everything is up and running.
However, I lost all data and settings... like a factory reset!
BTW, running Win7 32bit

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Sounds like you updated while the device was connected which is asking for trouble, but if you had saved your escribe settings you should be able to reload them like most software.  It is not "bricked" unless it never works again.
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Sounds like you updated while the device was connected which is asking for trouble, but if you had saved your escribe settings you should be able to reload them like most software.  It is not "bricked" unless it never works again.


You are right, it was connected! Not doing that again

Regardless, it's working now.

I'll search the forum, but where are the settings saved? 
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VapingBad: What do you mean by while the device was connected? Normally it's connected when it suggests updating firmware. Or have you found that affects its success?
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Hold up, doesn't the device need to be connected to update the firmware?

Or am I missing something...
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VapingBad: What do you mean by while the device was connected? Normally it's connected when it suggests updating firmware. Or have you found that affects its success?

Connected when updating the escribe executable not the fw, that's how I read it, but could be wrong.

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VapingBad: What do you mean by while the device was connected? Normally it's connected when it suggests updating firmware. Or have you found that affects its success?

Connected when updating the escribe executable not the fw, that's how I read it, but could be wrong.


Yes, EScribe was already updated.  The failed update was of the firmware.
Sorry for the confusion.
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VapingBad: What do you mean by while the device was connected? Normally it's connected when it suggests updating firmware. Or have you found that affects its success?

Connected when updating the escribe executable not the fw, that's how I read it, but could be wrong.


Yes, EScribe was already updated.  The failed update was of the firmware.
Sorry for the confusion.

Sorry my bad, you know what they say about assumption, sometimes Windows is too slow assigning drivers and can do it if it is a known device just on a different port.

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VapingBad: What do you mean by while the device was connected? Normally it's connected when it suggests updating firmware. Or have you found that affects its success?

Connected when updating the escribe executable not the fw, that's how I read it, but could be wrong.


Yes, EScribe was already updated.  The failed update was of the firmware.
Sorry for the confusion.

Sorry my bad, you know what they say about assumption, sometimes Windows is too slow assigning drivers and can do it if it is a known device just on a different port.


Windows can sure be wonky that way... Since I'm a Mac user, had to dig out an old netbook of mine to run the software so that just adds to the slowness.  I wanted to run it natively and not through parallels or bootcamp. 
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Date:SetupES_2015-08-05.exe

Version:1.0.29.2

Unknown error:

System.Reflection.AmbiguousMatchException: Ambiguous match found.
at System.RuntimeType.GetPropertyImpl(String name, BindingFlags bindingAttr, Binder binder, Type returnType, Type[] types, ParameterModifier[] modifiers)
at System.Type.GetProperty(String name)
at CookComputing.XmlRpc.XmlRpcDeserializer.MapStruct(IEnumerator`1 iter, Type valueType, MappingStack mappingStack, MappingAction mappingAction, Type& mappedType)
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at CookComputing.XmlRpc.XmlRpcResponseDeserializer.DeserializeResponse(XmlReader rdr, Type returnType)
at CookComputing.XmlRpc.XmlRpcResponseDeserializer.DeserializeResponse(Stream stm, Type svcType)
at CookComputing.XmlRpc.XmlRpcClientProtocol.ReadResponse(XmlRpcRequest req, WebResponse webResp, Stream respStm)
at CookComputing.XmlRpc.XmlRpcClientProtocol.Invoke(Object clientObj, MethodInfo mi, Object[] parameters)
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at XmlRpcProxydb258ca3-cab5-446a-ab4f-3ead415df692.M(String , String )
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Hey James, John, or Brandon,
     For "beta testing" purposes for us that are installing the early software updates from this thread, would you prefer we do an "update" installation by just running the new exe installer, or would you rather us do a "clean install" and uninstall the old program from Windows before installing the new one?

I haven't even had a problem to report yet, but I've had developers prefer both ways, and I've just been installing on top of the old one. I want to test how it helps you guys most though.
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I've had no problem to install over an existing version under Windows 7 [smile] 
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It shouldn't matter either way. 


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Hello sammao,

What are you clicking that gives that error?

Thanks

James
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