- Interesting...I ve had Norton running on my machines for the last 13 years without a hitch (knock on wood). CPU load has always been low (as compared to theMessage 1 of 36 , Sep 5, 2013View SourceInteresting...I've had Norton running on my machines for the last 13
years without a hitch (knock on wood). CPU load has always been low (as
compared to the one time I installed McAffee). Right now I run Windows
7 on two computers and run the Perseus on both without a hitch. I also
have a netbook I just upgraded to W8 and have not had a problem with
Perseus and Norton on that machine either.
On 9/5/2013 6:28 PM, satnipper@... wrote:
> If only they were all this easy!
> Get rid of Norton and install Microsoft Security Essentials instead. It's free
> and better. Now re-install Perseus and start dxing!
> I swore back in 1995 that Norton would never go near one of my PCs again and it
> never has.
> --- In perseus_SDR@yahoogroups.com, <email@example.com> wrote:
> Win 8, Norton latest version.
> I have set up exclusion rules for scanning and for auto-protect.
> Those rules allow me to install the Perseus software.
> However, within a few hours, the Perseus app has been deleted from the computer
> (put in quarantine, I presume).
> How can I stop this from happening?
> George, NJ3H
- While you didn t say which Atom (there are several generations), my Asus EEE 10125C (with the Atom 2700) runs Perseus OK (recording and playback, 2 MSPS) withMessage 36 of 36 , Sep 8, 2013View Source
While you didn't say which Atom (there are several generations), my Asus EEE 10125C (with the Atom 2700) runs Perseus OK (recording and playback, 2 MSPS) with the Super Hybrid Engine set to high performance. My older Asus EEE 1000HA (N260 based) will also do OK but it's necessary to overclock to near 2 GHZ to remove stuttering.
I'm aware of a handful of DXers using Atom based netbooks with Perseus. There have been a couple of reviews about DXers using netbooks with Perseus. It can be done.
--- In perseus_SDR@yahoogroups.com, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:That is the conclusion I have reached Simon. And, I think it is something you would only detect by doing a virtually instantaneous side by side comparisonBefore I curiously decided to do the side by side I had observed the Perseus worked with the Core CPU and worked seemingly fine with the Atom processor. After all, it was receiving and displaying signals and I had no reason to suspect that signals were actually some 2 S-units down. As the netbook is old (it was Acer's first model netbook) and I was no longer using it I was thinking to just dedicate it to SDR. Then it occurred to me to do the comparison just to make sure the netbook was up to the task. When I saw the results I was extremely methodical to insure every setting and all conditions were identical. I really wanted the netbook to perform as opposed to putting back on the shelf to collect dust. It simply didn't.So, back on the shelf it goes and I want to thank everyone for their suggestions.Regards to the groupPS I took both PC's out of their battery power save modes to insure the CPU's weren't being throttled back.On Sep 8, 2013, at 12:11 PM, Simon Brown <simon@...> wrote:
My thoughts, I think they were covered but:
1) Is the ATOM system running with 50% or 100% CPU?
2) Are you very sure that all samples are being processed and none lost?
My gut feeling is that the ATOM system can’t process all the data…
Simon Brown (G4ELI/HB9DRV)
My question may seem too simple but anyway I give it a go:
Did you make sure that you are using the same bandwidth
on both Perseus SW instances.
I mean the BW preset button as well as the effective bandwidth
which you can adjust with the mouse or mouse wheel.