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Gmartin3



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PostPosted: Nov 16, 2021 1:18 PM    Post subject: windows 11

jarek
any word on BioEra on Windows 11. several folks have asked me if upgrading to 11 is a good idea
jarek



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PostPosted: Nov 16, 2021 3:32 PM    Post subject:

So far we have had no reports of problems on Windows 11. But we have not tested it yet.

I will post here when I know more.
Gmartin3



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PostPosted: Nov 16, 2021 6:25 PM    Post subject:

thankfs
jarek



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PostPosted: Nov 21, 2021 5:57 PM    Post subject:

I tested all BioEra examples on Windows 11 Pro and it all looks good. I see absolutely no difference comparing to Windows 10. I wouldn't necessarily recommend upgrading to Windows 11 yet because it is fresh and might need some time to mature. But if you already have Windows 11 on your computer, BioEra should work well on it.

If there is a problem, let us know.
Gmartin3



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PostPosted: Dec 16, 2021 11:27 AM    Post subject: Disappearing element on designer screen

Jarek. I was attempting to install designs on two users computers and ran into a puzzling problem. After I made ans save a few changes on the remote computer and reloaded the design all elements had disappearedi. They moved very far off the screen. I tried to use select all them move to visible but only two elements appeared the rest were still not visible. This was happening in 4.152.

I upgraded to the latest Version and that problem resolved. However the user had the Open BCI ganglion and BioEra could not recognise the Blue Giga dongle.

Any suggestions would be appreciated

Thanks
jarek



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PostPosted: Dec 16, 2021 12:03 PM    Post subject:

I noticed, that the BlueGiga dongle driver is not always properly installed by Windows. When this happens, the dongle name (visible in Device Manager) is not BlueGiga, and that is the name which BioEra looks for.

So my suggestion would be to open Device Manager and take a look at that name. If it is not BlueGiga, try to update this driver (right click then Update). In one case I had to also install optional Windows updates in order for this to work.

The main check point - open Device Manager and make sure it shows BlueGiga serial port name.
Gmartin3



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PostPosted: Dec 16, 2021 12:21 PM    Post subject:

Thanks.
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