Re: [softrock40] Rx Ensemble Disconnect?
- Hi BobI'm not surprised. I suspect that there are newer versions of your engineering software that will run on current OS's. If you keep current, the licensing upgrades are normally pretty reasonable, but those days are likely long gone and you are on a budget. That is how software companies stay in business. They want you to buy the latest and greatest. (Can you tell I have worked for many software companies. :) )Most of my Softrock testing has been done on XP Pro box, and even though it is end of support next year, I suspect the only reason I will retire that box is if the hard dies and Spinrite can't fix it anymore.Good luck,Mike va3mwOn Thu, Aug 29, 2013 at 9:48 AM, K5MYJ <macklinbob@...> wrote:My Win2K machine is used to run older engineering software that won't run properly on WinXP.Even Microsoft VisualC++ crashes on WinXP.Bob Macklin
"Real Radios Glow In The Dark"----- Original Message -----From: Michael WalkerSent: Thursday, August 29, 2013 4:59 AMSubject: Re: [softrock40] Rx Ensemble Disconnect?Win2K does not have the best USB support as it was in its infancy then. I'm not surprised you are having issues and I am even more surprised that it is working at all. USB support was introduced in Win2K.The drivers were not really built that well then. It is also barely internet ready, but I hope you do keep it well protected from the internet.It was launched in February 2000, over 13 years ago and that is centuries old due to the advances in computer industry.I doubt that there is much you can do with it at this time other than accept its short comings. However, I gather for the most part, it does well enough for your needs.I'm sure I am telling you thing you know already. :)Mike va3mwOn Fri, Aug 23, 2013 at 2:32 AM, Alan <alan4alan@...> wrote:
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Subject: Re: [softrock40] Rx Ensemble Disconnect?
>> How does the USB port show up in the Device Manager?Under LibUSB-Win32 Devices
73 Alan G4ZFQ
> My Win2K machine is used to run older engineering software that won't run properly on WinXP.
> Even Microsoft VisualC++ crashes on WinXP.
> Bob Macklin
I sympathize, I have similar applications for engineering and writing
/ reading code from early race car data logging and engine management
systems. I sometimes feel I am running a care home for geriatric
laptops with odd ball, ancient OS's and flaky software on them. Even
my best PC gets ridiculed by my game playing, "if it's more than 6
months old it's a dinosaur" friends :(
Chris Wilson. 2E0ILY