If that does not work, then submit a HelpDesk support ticket.
73, w5xz, dan
1: I am using a hub - I don't see (think) that a Switch or Router would be necessary keeping in mind the Hub I have been using has been working fine since May and there have been no changes in the LAN.
2: I did indeed remove all previous Smart SDR and CAT versions before reinstalling V1.3.8xx
3: I am not sure if all drivers were updated. Likely meaning NO. No I did not do any additional steps, nor did I note any messages that additional steps were necessary, I assumed (mistake, I know) that once WIN 8.1 loaded, updates would have or were done automatically. I will check on them when I get home tonight.
As an aside, I have to say that WIN 8.1 is an improvement at least at the GUI level over that of WIN 8.
I will keep all updated...
San Juan Island, Wa.
Still disconnecting after 15-30 seconds!
To be clear the message I get is:
"Connection to radio has be lost, please reconnect"
I have installed all of the available windows 8.1 updates, uninstalled Smart SDR and every bit of past Flex software, uninstalled anything I could find related to power and smart SDR. Reloaded everything from scratch. I have even gone into the device manager and checked that all devices where using the latest drivers.
Hub vs. Switch, I can see the point of changing out the hub, however I am reluctant to make any hardware changes and add yet another issue. The system was working at an acceptable level until I went from Windows 8 to Win 8.1!
Is there a hard reset for the 6300 and I and start the system as new?
Why not hook the radio directly to the computer bypassing the hub and see if that works. A direct connection will rule out the hub.
Found it! I poked around on the Board and found that Robbie - KI4TTZ (and others) were having the same issues. Looked at what folks were saying there and got some ideas! Turned out to be the CPU hitting 100% Cleaned up some stuff running in the background. the big offender was "Daemon Process(1015)" Looked around on the internet, I cant find anything definitive on this.. Any thoughts?? Looks like something the got switched on/installed with windows 8.1
27 years ago I started playing with Packet, we used to call this "pealing the onion" Thanks to all in the FlexRadio Community!