I am using the USB to Serial driver that came with WeatherLink (updated to current version yesterday). I have a Davis Pro2. When WUHU is not uploading data,Message 1 of 37 , May 19View SourceI am using the USB to Serial driver that came with WeatherLink (updated to current version yesterday). I have a Davis Pro2.
When WUHU is not uploading data, Windows Task Manger reports WUHU as "not responding", and its the only program I am running to do so. At the same time, my CPU usage is below 10% and memory is 63%.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "marcelcanine" <marcelcanine@...> wrote:
> I still can't tell exactly what you are doing. It appears that you have a VUE with a USB logger and are using it in USB mode. Davis says in their instructions that this will only work with Weather Link software. If you are using the VUE with WUHU per the instructions on page 14 and 15 of the Weather Link manual you must remove the USB drivers and run the console in serial mode even though it is a USB logger using the USB cable. That is the way I do it and it is rock solid.
> --- In email@example.com, Steve Rogowski <steve.rogowski@> wrote:
> > I'm shocked but my issues continue. I have On Weather Update checked (for
> > every update), and while it works about half the time, there are times with
> > a 5 minute data dropout or data intervals become 30 seconds. I thought the
> > driver update was the answer. Also my cpu resources appear fine (cpu, hard
> > drive, bandwidth, etc). And we seemed to rule out anything in my action
> > file as I had them all commented out yesterday (and also unchecked too).
> > Any other ideas??
> > Thanks,
> > Steve
RESOLVED!! (I think) WUHU has been running like a champ for the last 15 hours, on each Weather Update (yes I know, but I love data). I still write to bothMessage 37 of 37 , May 20View SourceRESOLVED!! (I think)
WUHU has been running like a champ for the last 15 hours, on each Weather Update (yes I know, but I love data). I still write to both files, execute my original action file (plus more scripts now), and upload to WUnderground (including RapidFire) and CWOP.
Control Panel (classic view)-->System-->Device Manager. Found My new driver for the COM port-->Properties-->Port Settings. I did the following 3 things at the same time...
1) Increased Baud rate from 9600 to 128000
2) Changed Flow Control to Hardware
On the Power Management Tab...
3) Unchecked allow cpu to turn off device to save power.
That was it. WUHU has been humming ever since then.
Thanks all for your help!!