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Author Topic: Help trouble shooting new AHP 3.318 install  (Read 8961 times)


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Re: Help trouble shooting new AHP 3.318 install
« Reply #30 on: January 05, 2015, 12:22:28 AM »

So...planning on killing a couple nagging mosquitoes with a shotgun?  I really can't criticize because I did that too. 

Yes, patiently awaiting another package in the mail :) 
But...after 2 days of thinking I had made some real progress, things have regressed today. I tried disconnecting the CM15A from my laptop and moving it to a different outlet to see if I could get those last 2 modules to respond...that didn't help so I just moved the CM15a back to the original outlet and reconnected it to my laptop.  Now, I get a message saying the USB device isn't recognized. 

I've rebooted my laptop and reloaded AHP/installed the related drivers, but still no luck.  I saw a post suggesting to unplug and remove the batteries from the CM15a, but if I do that I assume I'll lose the currently downloaded timers and they are still working, as well as a palmpad remote...just no control via AHP. 

So....think I'd better just sleep on it and hope that it magically resolves itself overnight - aaargh.

Think I'll

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Re: Help trouble shooting new AHP 3.318 install
« Reply #31 on: January 05, 2015, 02:15:42 AM »

See if you can somehow reach Tuicemen with a message or do some searching over at to see if the topic of lost USB has been covered there.

He has been troubleshooting AHP quirks on most operating systems for years - and very likely knows how to help you solve the issue.
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