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 on: February 24, 2020, 09:38:27 PM 
Started by JeffW - Last post by dave w
I've looked at getting replacements on ebay, and they always seem to say "tested and factory reset". I didn't know if that simply means they've been set back to X-10 code A1, or if there is an actual reset that can be performed somehow.
Do not believe there is any kind of "reset" on these. I believe they were made by X10 and branded for Leviton. If Jeff Volp happens to see this, he can provide an "in the know" answer as I believe he uses them.

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 on: February 24, 2020, 09:27:10 PM 
Started by JeffW - Last post by brobin
Unfortunately, the term "tested and factory reset" on ebay often means they just blew the dust off.  rofl

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 on: February 24, 2020, 06:32:55 PM 
Started by Tuicemen - Last post by jclarkw
1:There are no newer versions of AHP or lifejacket.
2: yes it works on a windows 10 32 and 64 bit however it's s best to run AHP out side of the program files folders as windows new security protocols mess with AHP if in those folders best to move the AHP folder to just C:\ AHP
3: I doubt it. I've moved to running my HA setup to a $5 raspberry pi zeroW board with the PiX10Hub software suite (HomeGenie, HA-Bridge) & a CM15. It does every thing AHP could plus so much more.

I'm trying to avoid the problems I had last time I ran AHP Lifejacket (version 1.0.1.3 on a Win7 SP1 machine).  Two questions before I try to run it on my brand new Win10Pro (1909) machine, which has solid-state drives and UEFI boot (among other significant differences):

A)  In my msg164708 on this thread I wrote:

>>I installed AHP 3.318 from the X10 Web site (seemed to go OK; was able to turn modules on and off) and then AHP Lifejacket 1.0.1.3 from this thread.  I tried to follow the instructions in the Help screen from Lifejacket:
1) I succeeded in changing the volume serial number and, apparently, in registering AHP.  Then I restarted.
2) I ran AHP -- no nag screen -- and then Lifejacket (as administrator) and attempted to revert the volume S/N.  This is where I ran into trouble.  When I clicked StopX10nets, it gave me the message, "Cannot open X10nets service on this computer" (at least I think that's what prompted the message).  StartX10nets, however, told me that it's already running, which indeed agrees with Services.<<

I know I was/am supposed to run Lifejacket "as administrator" (I think I did), but was I supposed to restart the computer after the first set of steps, then run AHP and re-run Lifejacket (as administrator), or was I supposed to just forge ahead and revert the drive ID, then restart after both sets were completed?

B) The only link in this old thread that still seems to work is the first one (http://tuicemen.net/downloads/FreeStuff/AHP_Lifejacket_Setup.exe), which now downloads version 1.0.1.4.  But this version doesn't seem ever to be mentioned here.  I assume I should use it instead of 1.0.1.3 this time around, but can you tell us what are the main differences?

Best Regards -- jclarkw

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 on: February 24, 2020, 06:24:08 PM 
Started by JeffW - Last post by JeffW
The front and back lights will stop coming on when our motion sensors trip, while the side-yard lights work fine. It often seems like they forget their X-10 codes as I can reset the codes and they seem to work for a while, then stop again. I'm just trying to think of things I can try to fix them.

I've looked at getting replacements on ebay, and they always seem to say "tested and factory reset". I didn't know if that simply means they've been set back to X-10 code A1, or if there is an actual reset that can be performed somehow.

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 on: February 24, 2020, 04:26:20 PM 
Started by JeffW - Last post by brobin
Flaky how?  I don't think there's a reset but here's a link to the manual:
http://www.electricians-answer.com/servlet/JiveServlet/downloadBody/1663-102-1-2354/Ins%20HCM06-1SW%20HCM10-1SW.pdf

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 on: February 24, 2020, 03:37:37 PM 
Started by JeffW - Last post by JeffW
Hi,

I have a number of late 1990's, early 2000's Leviton HCM06 and HSM10 switches. A few of them have been acting kind of flaky lately, and I was wondering if there is a way to perform a factory reset on them?

Thanks for your help!

 7 
 on: February 24, 2020, 11:09:27 AM 
Started by HA Dave - Last post by JeffVolp
There are plenty of people still using computers.

Three towers (2-Win7 Pro and 1-XP), and a Win10 laptop for the two of us.  And a Win7 laptop for travel.

Jeff

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 on: February 24, 2020, 09:00:33 AM 
Started by RFG - Last post by ceedee
Mine fails. Lovely.

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 on: February 24, 2020, 02:09:36 AM 
Started by HA Dave - Last post by bkenobi
There are plenty of people still using computers.  Some people only need to have access to email and Amazon these days, but that doesn't work for everyone.  If it does then a phone or tablet is plenty. For the rest, there are many options all the way up to high performance clusters.

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 on: February 23, 2020, 08:01:40 PM 
Started by Tuicemen - Last post by jclarkw
...I've moved to running my HA setup to a $5 raspberry pi zeroW board with the PiX10Hub software suite (HomeGenie, HA-Bridge) & a CM15. It does every thing AHP could plus so much more.

Thanks, Tuicemen, for the update. -- jclarkw

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