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Culumlus freaking out

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toddszr600
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Culumlus freaking out

Post by toddszr600 » Fri 12 May 2017 12:28 am

So my station went off WU the other day and when I finally got around to looking at it I refired Culmulus and its all over the map, temp. jumping up and down, wind speed and direction flying all over the place, basically all readings just all over the place and the "downloading data" window over top of al this with its time going at light speed.

Ive been using Cumulus for many years without issue, the station is a WMR200 but I did not put this in OR specific as I found another weather software(weathertracker) and everything works fine, upload to WU etc, all running on a fairly new win10 desktop.

after many failed tries I uninstalled Cumulus, then reinstalled the latest(1099) and got the same result.

Ideas? opinions?

Cheers, Todd

toddszr600
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Joined: Mon 06 Oct 2008 12:33 am
Weather Station: OR968
Location: Blue Point, Ontario, Canada

Re: Culumlus freaking out

Post by toddszr600 » Fri 12 May 2017 12:42 am

ooops, I guess I diid put it n OR specific, I,ll copy it to general.

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Re: Culumlus freaking out

Post by steve » Fri 12 May 2017 7:00 am

If you zip up the diags folder and attach it to a reply, I'll take a look.

Whatever the issue is, it most likely is specific to the station type, as it's about reading data, so this is the correct place for the thread. It also helps in diagnosis if you can be specific about the symptoms, phrases like "freaking out", "all over the map" and "light speed" aren't particularly helpful. Just the facts, please, without the hyperbole!
Steve

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