Re: Silly question
If you don't find the program (eg. qtask.exe), you might try using a
utility that shuts down non-essential background programs. I've used
one called "end it now" when I'm capturing digital video editing. It
cleared up similar problems with that operation. The one catch is
that I can't seem to find the link for the program anymore. You
might try finding it yourself, or else if you're still having
problems, you can email me at tjndesigns@... and I can try again
to find it, or perhaps look for the source installation file and get
that to you. Disclaimer...I haven't actually tried it with Mach2
yet, but I don't see that it will be a problem.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, art <fenerty@a...> wrote:
> Hi Rod:
> Check to make sure Quicktime isn't running. Check for a process
> qtask.exe, thats usualkly what slows it down that way. Its a
result of some
> other program calling a multi-media timer recalibration. It shoudl
> specific only to a single application that can do that...
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "ducatirod" <cervelo@d...>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Saturday, January 01, 2005 12:35 AM
> Subject: [mach1mach2cnc] Silly question
> > I know my machine is a bit underpowered, but it gets in a funk
> > sometimes when using MACH2. If I start another app, ie
I got an email from a fellow group member who found the "end it all"
(aka: end it now) program link I was looking for. You can find it at
PC Magazine (link below). I think you have to register and/or pay a
small fee to download it.
Thanks to Bill for the help!
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "tjndesigns" <tjndesigns@y...>
>You still get it free here
> I got an email from a fellow group member who found the "end it all"
> (aka: end it now) program link I was looking for. You can find it at
> PC Magazine (link below). I think you have to register and/or pay a
> small fee to download it.
> Thanks to Bill for the help!