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Flex 6700 running Smart SDR 2.4.9 on Win10 randomly opens a second slice receiver

km8amkm8am Member ✭✭
edited April 2019 in SmartSDR for Windows

Flex 6700 running Smart SDR 2.4.9 on Win10 randomly opens a second slice receiver. Not band or mode dependent. Seems to have started with version 2.4.9, but have rolled back to 2.3.9, and it still happens. Has anyone seen this before? Also may be related to the Spring Win10 update???? ALSO sometimes SmartSDR starts with two slice receivers on different bands in the same panadapter.

Very frustrating...

Ken, km8am


Answers

  • Mike-VA3MWMike-VA3MW FlexRadio Employee, Community Manager admin
    edited April 2019
    It sounds like some other application is causing this such as a log book. Mike
  • Bill W2PKYBill W2PKY Member ✭✭
    edited November 2018
    What other apps are you running relative to SSDR?
  • km8amkm8am Member ✭✭
    edited November 2018
    Well it turns out that as in most cases it's the operator checking the wrong block in another program.

    In my case, I was running DXLab Commander and somehow the "Create VFO B at Startup" block became checked "on its own."  Obviously it was a Halloween Goblin that did it!

    In any event, thanks for the quick and on-target replies.

    Ken, km8am

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