[Skimmertalk] Problem with Display
Bob Wilson, N6TV
n6tv at arrl.net
Tue Dec 18 12:07:24 EST 2012
It's possible that the program that is momentarily locking up the CPU is
the Windows Print Spooler, Spoolsv.exe.
how to stop the Print Spooler, which may fix the problem. Please
let us know.
1. In the Widows *Control Panel*, first double-click on *
Administrative Tools* and then on *Services*.
2. In the right pane of the Services window, locate and right-click on *
Print Spooler* and then select *Stop*.
If you're not using the printer, you can also end the spoolsv.exe
process using the Windows Task manger. Be sure to remove any print jobs
(link above describes the process).
On Tue, Dec 18, 2012 at 7:28 AM, David Robbins <k1ttt at verizon.net> wrote:
> make sure you don't have some other software keeping your computer too
> busy for the skimmer software to operate properly.
> Dec 18, 2012 10:24:35 AM, frank at fkirschner.net wrote:
> Lately, my CW Skimmer seems to pause for a second or two, and the display
> smears as it is painted, with the traces making horizontal lines. After
> the short period, it momentarily returns to decoding, and then smears
> again. This makes it impossible to tune.
> I'm using LP-PAN and the emu-0202 for connectivity to the FTdx-5000's IF.
> Is there a parameter I need to change? I haven't changed any settings
> since installing the software.
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