Re: Connection Fails


Oct 15, 2012

 


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#72677 Oct 15, 2012

I everyone , I have a beast with planeplotter , since few months i have a little problem , the station work.s fine al day but at night around 8 and 9pm the conection fails the USB port fails , i need disconnect USB-cable and turn again . I was checked everything who.s i think it was possible problem , automatic actualizations of windows , antivirus , firewall who can work at that space of time 8 , 9 pm and nothing , the problem stay . The station stops and stay only the yellow led on .

I have read another post with a similar problem :

.... " After about 6-8 weeks the USB port of SBS-x crashes and a restart of the iConnect (or computer) doesn't help. You need to disconnect USB-cable or turn power off...

All day work.s perfect ,any time was fail, Could it be a server work around 8 pm ?



Thanks for some help



Paulo qk



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#72678 Oct 15, 2012

On 15/10/12 18:45, pfarol@... wrote: > I everyone , I have a beast with planeplotter , since few months i have a little problem , the station work.s fine al day but at night around 8 and 9pm the conection fails the USB port fails , i need disconnect USB-cable and turn again . I was checked everything who.s i think it was possible problem , automatic actualizations of windows , antivirus , firewall who can work at that space of time 8 , 9 pm and nothing , the problem stay . The station stops and stay only the yellow led on .

> I have read another post with a similar problem :

> .... " After about 6-8 weeks the USB port of SBS-x crashes and a restart of the iConnect (or computer) doesn't help. You need to disconnect USB-cable or turn power off...

> All day work.s perfect ,any time was fail, Could it be a server work around 8 pm ?

>

> Thanks for some help



You don't mention if you checked your power saving settings. That could

be your problem.



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Steve



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#72679 Oct 15, 2012

Paulo, John, Bev



I, too, have had a similar problem for about a week, after 6-8 hours of

normal operation the PP connection fails causing the router internet

connection to fail. The only way to get the connection back is a computer

restart, after another 6-8 hours it happens again. I'm using an SBS-1. I too

have checked everything and today tried running with PP off, and so far the

internet connection has been stable.

I also thought it was at set times as mine was failing every day between

1200-1400 and again between 20:00-22:00 but have noticed the failure time

changes depending on when PP is started, and now think it is after a certain

period of use.



Stu

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-----Original Message-----

From: pfarol@...

Sent: Monday, October 15, 2012 6:45 PM

To: planeplotter@yahoogroups.com

Subject: [planeplotter] Connection Fails



I everyone , I have a beast with planeplotter , since few months i have a

little problem , the station work.s fine al day but at night around 8 and

9pm the conection fails the USB port fails , i need disconnect USB-cable and

turn again . I was checked everything who.s i think it was possible problem

, automatic actualizations of windows , antivirus , firewall who can work at

that space of time 8 , 9 pm and nothing , the problem stay . The station

stops and stay only the yellow led on .

I have read another post with a similar problem :

.... " After about 6-8 weeks the USB port of SBS-x crashes and a restart of

the iConnect (or computer) doesn't help. You need to disconnect USB-cable or

turn power off...

All day work.s perfect ,any time was fail, Could it be a server work around

8 pm ?



Thanks for some help



Paulo qk







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#72680 Oct 15, 2012

On 15/10/12 19:24, Stu wrote: > Paulo, John, Bev

>

> I, too, have had a similar problem for about a week, after 6-8 hours of

> normal operation the PP connection fails causing the router internet

> connection to fail. The only way to get the connection back is a computer

> restart, after another 6-8 hours it happens again. I'm using an SBS-1. I too

> have checked everything and today tried running with PP off, and so far the

> internet connection has been stable.

> I also thought it was at set times as mine was failing every day between

> 1200-1400 and again between 20:00-22:00 but have noticed the failure time

> changes depending on when PP is started, and now think it is after a certain

> period of use.



Sounds very much like it could be power saving settings to me.



--

Steve



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#72681 Oct 15, 2012

Or overheating CPU/GPU?



*Peter Leadbeater*

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> Sounds very much like it could be power saving settings to me.

>

> --

> Steve

>



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#72682 Oct 15, 2012

On 15/10/12 20:58, Peter at ManTMA wrote: > Or overheating CPU/GPU?



Couldn't rule it out and should be easy enough to check.



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Steve







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#72683 Oct 15, 2012

Hi Peter it was possible an overheating, but it always happen in that period of time is that intrigues me , and all day work.s fine .

So I thought it could be some maintenance on the server planeplotter but it was also more colleagues complained.



Paulo qk

--- In planeplotter@yahoogroups.com, Peter at ManTMA peter@...> wrote:

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> Or overheating CPU/GPU?

>

> *Peter Leadbeater*

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> ManTMA Overflights Group

> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

> Email: peter@... mailto:peter@...>

> ManTMA Web Site: Click Here www.mantma.co.uk/>

> PlanePlotter Support: Click Here www.mantma.co.uk/pp_support.html>

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>

> >

> > Sounds very much like it could be power saving settings to me.

> >

> > --

> > Steve

> >

>



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#72684 Oct 15, 2012

On 15/10/12 22:12, pfarol@... wrote: > Hi Peter it was possible an overheating, but it always happen in that period of time is that intrigues me , and all day work.s fine .

> So I thought it could be some maintenance on the server planeplotter but it was also more colleagues complained.



Check your power saving settings. You may find the USB port goes to

sleep after a certain period of time.



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Steve



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#72685 Oct 15, 2012

Hi Steve :

I checked the power options and there are constraints that appear to interfere with me I have no choice I raise doubt already noticed, the idea of ​​being a failure after a certain period of operation of the PP has occurred to me because at no other time the day the crash happened .



Paulo qk



--- In planeplotter@yahoogroups.com, Steve Tickle steve.tickle0@...> wrote:

>

> On 15/10/12 19:24, Stu wrote:

> > Paulo, John, Bev

> >

> > I, too, have had a similar problem for about a week, after 6-8 hours of

> > normal operation the PP connection fails causing the router internet

> > connection to fail. The only way to get the connection back is a computer

> > restart, after another 6-8 hours it happens again. I'm using an SBS-1. I too

> > have checked everything and today tried running with PP off, and so far the

> > internet connection has been stable.

> > I also thought it was at set times as mine was failing every day between

> > 1200-1400 and again between 20:00-22:00 but have noticed the failure time

> > changes depending on when PP is started, and now think it is after a certain

> > period of use.

>

> Sounds very much like it could be power saving settings to me.

>

> --

> Steve

>


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