- Hi Sean, Increase the audio buffer size as described in the readme file and see if this helps. 73 Alex VE3NEAMessage 1 of 4 , Dec 13, 2004View SourceHi Sean,
Increase the audio buffer size as described in the readme file and see if
73 Alex VE3NEA
> I am running win98 SE and there is no sound, my father has win XP and
> it works fine. what is going on here LOL.
- Hello Sean... Gabriel here, from North-East of Italy. Yes, for sure, I ve got the same problem on Windows 98 Second edition. Unfortunately I m not able to useMessage 2 of 4 , Dec 16, 2004View SourceHello Sean...
Gabriel here, from North-East of Italy.
Yes, for sure, I've got the same problem on Windows 98 Second edition.
Unfortunately I'm not able to use Morse Runner altought I really wish to do
I already aks Alex about this trouble and it seems there isn't solution.
When I start MR, after choosing a way from Run menu, I can hear some strange
sounds coming out from my phones: noisy and some cw waves but nothing
Alex, is it possible for you make some test in a pc runs WIN98? I'm not a
programmer but I imagine that there something wrong in comunication protocol
bitween sound card and memory banks. Maybe MR needs of some little
adjustements in order to run properly on 98. Well... I hope so... :-)
Thanks for further message in this topic, I really would like this bug
73 - Gabriel IZ4APU.
- This is not the trouble. The trouble I have is that the program is not starting up at all when I press the run anything at all. I am not sure why that is IMessage 3 of 4 , Dec 17, 2004View SourceThis is not the trouble. The trouble I have is that the program is not
starting up at all when I press the run anything at all. I am not sure why
I would like to find out though. HMMMMMMMM. not a buffer thing.
From: Eric - VE3GSI
Date: 12/17/04 01:18:04
Subject: RE: [dxatlas] morse runner
Just for the sake of trying, I installed Morse Runner v.1.4 on a Windows
98SE machine after reading your message. At the Audio Buffer default
setting the programme had poor sound, but when I changed the value from 3 to
5 and restarted the programme it worked ok. (I have not tried number 4 yet).
The computer used for this test is a Pentium 166MMX with 88 Meg of RAM. The
audio drivers for the SoundBlaster 16 sound card are the default drivers
installed by Windows. There is no virus checker or background programmes
running on this machine.
As a suggestion, if you are running a Norton's product you may wish to
disable it and try again. The same goes for other programmes you may have
running in background.
On the Windows XP box I normally use for 'Ham Radio', I have no problems at
all with Morse Runner.
If there were only one change I would ask Alex to do, is an option that
would allow me to reverse the up/down arrow functions. To me it would make
more sense to have the up arrow increase the audio pitch and the down arrow
to lower it. For sure, it is a great programme.
73 Eric - VE3GSI.
From: Sean D.
Subject: [dxatlas] morse runner
I am having a trouble with no sound in windows 98SE. Anyone else
having this trouble.
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- I tried with new value buffer at 5, in a PC running 500MHZ Celeron CPU with 256 MB-RAM, under Win98SE and nothing happens. MR1.4 doesn t run. Alex, May IMessage 4 of 4 , Dec 17, 2004View SourceI tried with new value buffer at 5, in a PC running 500MHZ Celeron CPU with
256 MB-RAM, under Win98SE and nothing happens.
MR1.4 doesn't run.
Alex, May I encrease the buffer value over the 5?