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  1. #21  
    Version 2.50 for Treo 300 might not have this problem, could anyone try it out and provide some feedback? The download link is http://www.junefabrics.com/bin/PdaNet250.exe
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  2. #22  
    Originally posted by Eddie Hui
    Version 2.50 for Treo 300 might not have this problem, could anyone try it out and provide some feedback? The download link is http://www.junefabrics.com/bin/PdaNet250.exe
    Version 2.50 causes exactly the same freeze for me as 2.51. Version 2.0, however, works fine. It's MUCH slower, of course, but it gets the job done until the bugs can be cleared up in the newer versions.
  3. #23  
    Version 2.5 causes the same problem, no difference.
  4. #24  
    treofreako,
    Where can I find version 2.00?
    Thanks
  5. #25  
    Originally posted by Pnewman
    treofreako,
    Where can I find version 2.00?
    Thanks
    Link to version 2.02 (for Treo 300 only, do not support Treo 600):
    http://www.junefabrics.com/bin/PdaNet202.exe
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  6. #26  
    Folks, do your new machines all have Dual-processor? Sounds like being too rich could screw you up sometimes

    Quoted:
    "I've duplicated this on a true dual-processor desktop,
    and it experiences the same problem, at the same point
    in time. To provide final verification, I re-installed
    the OS on my laptop with hyperthreading disabled, and
    it works like a charm. It also worked quite nicely on
    a single processor desktop."

    Will look into a fix if this is verified true.
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  7. #27  
    No dual processor here.....just a P4 2.6., with the same bloody crash at the same bloody point in login. Could the USB 2.0 be an issue?
  8. #28  
    Originally posted by Eddie Hui
    Folks, do your new machines all have Dual-processor? Sounds like being too rich could screw you up sometimes

    Quoted:
    "I've duplicated this on a true dual-processor desktop,
    and it experiences the same problem, at the same point
    in time. To provide final verification, I re-installed
    the OS on my laptop with hyperthreading disabled, and
    it works like a charm. It also worked quite nicely on
    a single processor desktop."

    Will look into a fix if this is verified true.
    Is a reinstall a requirement or could I just disable the Hyper threading in the bios and make it work?
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  9. #29  
    Originally posted by zone97


    Is a reinstall a requirement or could I just disable the Hyper threading in the bios and make it work?
    You can try disabling that in the bios first, or wait for our fix. I do not encourage people to reinstall their OS unless you are so desperate to see it works.

    Seems like the "dual-processor" scenario might not cover all situations, but we will see if a same fix could fix all.
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  10. #30  
    [i]and is somehow related to hyperthreaded P4 Processors, or possibly the drivers for the software based Winmodems that are installed. [/B]
    Interesting, said I thought that was the problem almost a month ago.....Hopefully they get it fixed soon.
  11. #31  
    I have one of the Toshiba laptops with the hyperthreaded P4 processor and I have the same problem. I have not been able to verify that disableing the hyperthreading in bios is a fix as the laptop refuses to let me into the bios. Has this worked for anyone?

    Ray
  12. #32  
    Originally posted by Reecee
    I have one of the Toshiba laptops with the hyperthreaded P4 processor and I have the same problem. I have not been able to verify that disableing the hyperthreading in bios is a fix as the laptop refuses to let me into the bios. Has this worked for anyone?

    Ray
    I have a dell p4 HT and i did disable the HT int the bios and the problem still existed, now I did not wipe and reinstall the OS, dunno if that is a requirement for the problem.

    For now I use VMware and a windows me vertual machine inside my xp laptop to use pdanet.
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  13. #33  
    Has anyone gotten around this problem? I would really like to get this working....


    Ray
  14. #34  
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  15. #35  
    So, does this mean that you guys have finally acknowledged that there's an "issue" with the new version and certain computers, but the only solution you can come up with is to have people who've paid in full for the software (such as myself) DOWNGRADE to an older, slower version of the software?

    I bought the PDAnet software after reading on this board how incredible and fast the new version 4 was, and all I can run is version 2. That's pretty lousy.
  16. #36  
    Originally posted by treofreako
    DOWNGRADE to an older, slower version of the software?

    I bought the PDAnet software after reading on this board how incredible and fast the new version 4 was, and all I can run is version 2. That's pretty lousy. [/B]
    Version 2.02 is just a modified version based on 2.52. Version 2.52 and 2.02 are identical in feature set and speed, period. The modem balloon might show 9.6K but just ignore that number.
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  17. #37  
    Originally posted by Eddie Hui


    Version 2.02 is just a modified version based on 2.52. Version 2.52 and 2.02 are identical in feature set and speed, period. The modem balloon might show 9.6K but just ignore that number.
    If that's the case, then increment the version number instead of decrementing it.
  18. #38  
    Originally posted by Eddie Hui


    Version 2.02 is just a modified version based on 2.52. Version 2.52 and 2.02 are identical in feature set and speed, period. The modem balloon might show 9.6K but just ignore that number.
    I'm assuming that you meant to say that 4.02 is a modified version of 2.52. If 4.02 and 2.02 are, indeed, identical in features, why on earth raise the version number to 4.02?!?

    Additionally, a good number of posts turned up here reporting a marked improvement in speed with version 4.02, so I don't get it...

    Frankly, I still firmly believe that it's less than professional for a software developer to introduce a new (and "improved") version of its software that simply does NOT work for a number of users who've already paid for the product, only to tell them, "Well, go back to an older version and you'll be fine."

    Imagine Microsoft (and goodness knows I'm NO fan of theirs!) telling users of brand-new 17" P4 laptops to revert to Windows 98 so that their machines would function. Sheesh...
  19. #39  
    I'd almost bet that all of you have either hyperthreading or multiple processors on your computers. I'd also bet the USB driver for PDAnet doesn't support MP or Hyperthreading. Everyone try disabling hyperthreading or the second processor and see if that's the problem.
  20. #40  
    Originally posted by TrickerZ
    I'd almost bet that all of you have either hyperthreading or multiple processors on your computers. I'd also bet the USB driver for PDAnet doesn't support MP or Hyperthreading. Everyone try disabling hyperthreading or the second processor and see if that's the problem.
    If only it were that simple, Tricker. My computer doesn't feature HT or multilple processors, so that can't be the primary cause for the freeze.
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