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poursha

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Re: USB Problems
« Reply #15 on: February 16, 2006, 09:48:50 PM »

Additional info:

I unplugged and replugged the iPod.  Did
NOT cause problems.

Also, I don't know if I mentioned before,
but when it does go screwy, and ignores the
PC commmands, I unplug and replug.  Once, I
replug the USB, it acts like it trys to
catch up.  Example:  If I tried to turn on
a light, and I turned it on and off,
several times without success.  When, I
unplug and replug the USB, it turns that
light on/off/on/off.  Like it is trying to
catch up.

Come on X10 guys.  I'm trying to help out
here.  Can't we fix this?

Rob
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Noam

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Re: USB Problems
« Reply #16 on: February 17, 2006, 10:28:10 AM »

I don't have a problem with PC commands,
when this happens. They still work fine. And
the Activity Monitor still logs commands
from handheld remotes, and from motion
sensors (not that I have any motion sensors,
but it would still work). The only thing
that stops working, is the PC's
acknowledgement of any timer activity. It
doens't show up in the log, and x10Dispatch
doesn't see it, either. I know the timers
are still working, as the lights still go on
and off at the right times. (I have a second
CM15A on a second PC, acting as a backup to
ym Activity Monitor - It has no timers - it
just sits there watching the activity on the
powerline).
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