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bestest609

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Ummmm so it worked for a day on my computer with US English and now im getting the Curve is not one/to/one error again..... Well atleast I got my settings in but I wanted to change some themes [confused]
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nvm got it to work again I dont even know what I did lol
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I'm having the same problem on a Vaporshark DNA 200. For the life of me I can't get it to work. I'm on Windows 10 and just updated to the latest version of Escribe. Tried changing the language to US english (from Australian english!!) and no go. Other than attempting to analyze the battery ([eek]!) I'm at a loss.
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Not sure whether this is a solution or I just ran into some luck. But I changed the .exe file's compatibilty to Windows 7 and it coincided with it working. However, out of curiosity I then uninstalled and reinstalled without the Win 7 compatibilty mode and it worked as well. Initially I was working back through the escribe versions to see if that would work and just before I installed the 2015.08.07 version (the one on which I decided to change the compatibility) I had to reboot my system. Maybe this had something to do with it. I'm confused but happy it's working.
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I've Googled (the verb [smile] [wink] everything I can think of in search for a remedy to the problem, and only find (end up here) this thread.

So another user with the error Failed To Upload Settings / Curve is not one-to-one.
Initially was running an older version (1.0.30.1) upgraded to latest 1.0.35.2 --> same-same.

Strange, everything works; downloading from device, upgrading device firmware (Reuleaux DNA 200), I can even lock ohms when I select the chk-box for 'Ohms-Locked'???

All the tools seems to work fine reading all the parameters ...

Tried uninstall / re-install. Tried the 'compatibility to Windows 7' thin to no avail; run as Admin ... nope. New USB cable ...

As soon as I connect (the working device) and hit the 'Upload Settings to Device' button, I get the error (no changes in any of the settings)?

From the device itself I am able to make changes to all the settings available (so I'm kinda 'assumin' the device is OK).

Anyone find the source of the issue and a fix?
I'm kinda at a loss; Any Ideas !?!

Failed To Upload SettingsCurve is not one-to-one.

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So not a reply so much as an Update.

Brought up a new VMware machine (win7_64bit) on my PC (also win7_64bit) and installed the latest version of EScribe.
Both my Whiteout and Realeaux can be programmed.

Everything works right off the bat! [smile]

So that points to drivers / libraries being used be the .exe

So on my primary PC I tried ...
Started placing DimensionSerialPort.sys & WdfCoInstaller01009.dll in the executable directory - nope.
Then tried replacing WdfCoInstaller01009.dll in \system32 and DimensionSerialPort.sys in system32\drivers - still nope.

I'm gonna hate going through the other 25 drivers to see whats-up.
Not even sure if I can track 'em all down as far as what is in use when I fire up Escribe and try to push updates to the devices.
Sounds like a long and tedious process using Process Monitor (I'm assuming that's my best bet to track libraries in use during certain actions.[sneaky]

Still - I'm open to ideas!
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Maybe try:
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Could you send me the file that is giving this error? Thanks! James

Also, for a VaporShark version, please try the EScribe in the Early Firmware thread and let me know.
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As I said earlier, I've proven it to be a Windows Driver issue; and that I am open to suggestions ...

So yes, my number formats are correct as well.

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Drivers in question - DimensionSerialPort.sys & WdfCoInstaller01009.dll.
I just need to find what (hidden) device is using which set of drivers incorrectly. On my machine that IS working to Mods are using COM port 8. I'm not sure if this is the default port and still investigating the driver versions.


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This might be worth a try
http://blogs.vmware.com/kb/2010/02/how-to-boot-into-windows-safe-mode-in-your-vm.html

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Ummm...

yea! [smile] 'cept you got it backwards. Works in my VM and NOT in my Primary (Windows 7) PC. (Yea - also works if I boot my primary in safe-mode; however THEN I loose all the tools I need to debug what is going on on the PC !!!).

The reason I created the VM was 1) to see if it worked and @ since it works --> bypass the (literally) hundreds of device drivers I've got loading (both active and in-active) after 5 or 6 years of installs / uninstalls and generally running without issues.

As a device (any device that is plug-able in Windows) becomes active there are literally hundreds of registry keys read/written to that tell Windows what it is, how to talk to it, can Windows "write" to it ..... ETC on infinitude ...

I identified the drivers used by the "Dimension Engineering" device ... then the pertinent registry keys used to configure the device to (for) those drivers ... the exact number - I can't say but "just" on the working VM there are several hundred. If you don't believe ... search your registry on {4d36e978-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318} - let me know how many references you find. Somewhere in there it tells Windows how to use the drivers for this device class.

At this point I'm thinking a "clean install" to ID the registry settings and the a quick and dirty program to compare those used by my primary PC. I pretty sure it only a handful of keys; just don't know at this point "which". After all it reads from the device cmos ... just doesn't 'write' to it.

Then again ... I could be all wet & making it harder that it Really Is [wave]

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I  found 23 "4d36e978-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318" entries in the left side pane on my Win 7 64 machine.
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If you are getting "Curve not one-to-one", update to the newest EScribe in the Early Firmware thread. It fixes it.
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Installed latest on my primary: SetupES_2016-02-29
Same result: new error.

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Interesting... So you hit Connect and Download Settings, it downloads your settings, and then you upload and get this error?

What kind of curves do you have in the Materials tab? (Are any of them extremely flat, or otherwise unusual?)

In the Mod tab, Advanced, does the Battery Discharge Curve look flat?

Sometimes the curve will say "Curve is not one-to-one". Do any of them?
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