Crash in supplied ps3000Acon project

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Crash in supplied ps3000Acon project

Post by rs20 » Wed May 17, 2017 10:21 am

Hardware: 3406D MSO, Windows 10 64-bit.

Steps to reproduce: Run ps3000acon, type 'D' (Digital Ports menu), then 'T' (Digital Block Triggered).

Outcome:
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Oscilloscope is working fine with the Picoscope 6 software, so it seems to be a software bug.

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Re: Crash in supplied ps3000Acon project

Post by Hitesh » Wed May 17, 2017 10:25 am

Hi rs20,

Have you tried the ps3000a C Console example from our GitHub repository?

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Re: Crash in supplied ps3000Acon project

Post by rs20 » Wed May 17, 2017 10:59 pm

Hi Hitesh,

Thanks for the prompt response! I've since tried using the GitHub link you provided, which entailed upgrading from Visual Studio 2013 to VS 2017 as well. When all the dust settled, the Digital Block triggered demo works without crashing, so we can consider this issue fixed!

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Re: Crash in supplied ps3000Acon project

Post by Hitesh » Thu May 18, 2017 8:18 am

Hi rs20,

Good to hear that the example is working! :D

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