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Fldigi has no audio

N8FNRN8FNR Member
edited June 18 in SmartSDR for Windows
Suddenly for no apparent reason Fldigi is not showing any audio in its waterfall. 

However it does track the frequency in SSDR. Running a 6400, v2.4.9 and Slicemaster.

Any idea as to what is wrong?

Zack N8FNR






Answers

  • roger na4rrroger na4rr Member
    edited June 18

    I just tried to work 5v7ei. RTTY.  I had to close and then open DAX for it to start xmiting
  • N8FNRN8FNR Member
    edited March 2019
    I have opened an closed it several times. There is some other issue.
  • W9ILYW9ILY Member ✭✭
    edited March 2019
    I would close all programs and reboot.
    John W9ILY
  • N8FNRN8FNR Member
    edited March 2019
    And that worked! Gottta remember that reboots fix 90% of all problems.
  • W9ILYW9ILY Member ✭✭
    edited March 2019
    Glad it worked, Zack. I suspect that closing and reopening Fldigi by itself would have done the trick. I've had similar issues with MMTTY.
    John
  • N8FNRN8FNR Member
    edited March 2019
    I know that with all of the software that I am running with SSDR that sometimes things can get cranky but I still would not trade my 6400 for anything else out there. Well maybe a Bentley but that is another story...

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