Author Topic: ESS slow load, Wake up board does not reply, mid stream failure -Debounce  (Read 4243 times)

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Offline bta plasma

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Exactly what the header says. 64 Bit Dell 745 with a duocore. Very slow to load up if it loads up and most of the time gives wake up client board.

This was a good install, firewall down, defender, no security essentials, proper power settings, Windows 7. On another Dell 745 we had to set a debounce of ZERO to get it to chat with the ESS and not give wake up board does not reply error.

Any insights?

Offline robertspark

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Can you post your XML (you will need to give it a unique name)

Where are you setting the denounce?  Debounce should not affect the ESS communication.

What version of Mach are you running

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Offline Jeff_Birt

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, firewall down, defender,

Do not turn the Windows Firewall off, you want to allow Mach 3 through both public and private networks. If you turn the firewall off Defender might still block it. As Rob says debounce as nothing to do with communications.
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Offline geh7552

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Warp 9 seems to have put all it's efforts into Mach 4... a huge marketing mistake, Mach 4 a lousy product that is 50% functional and has many problems. Over 50 pages of "Bugs"  on their web sight. Instillation is problematic and a nightmare. ArtSoft's marketing plan (if they even have one???) has lost sight of it's customers. The fact that they are considering to charge $$ users of Mach 4 for "customer service"... another way to extort money for a lousy developed product is just wrong!  Just the fact that ArtSoft is charging $200 for the privileged of debugging a crappy program is tells you allot about the company.

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Given you are obviously well read, what do you see as a better product?
Rob

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