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operations:documentation.dbbcsetupivs_9.10.5 [2014/04/24 04:08]
Jim Lovell
operations:documentation.dbbcsetupivs_9.10.5 [2016/07/27 18:19] (current)
Warren Hankey
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 Check to see if a program called ''​DBBC2 Control DDC v104_2.exe''​ is running. If it's not running, start it. There'​s a link to it from the desktop. (Don't have two instances running.) Check to see if a program called ''​DBBC2 Control DDC v104_2.exe''​ is running. If it's not running, start it. There'​s a link to it from the desktop. (Don't have two instances running.)
 <note important>​Make sure you are running v104_2 of the DBBC Control software.</​note>​ <note important>​Make sure you are running v104_2 of the DBBC Control software.</​note>​
-If the DBBC has had a power cycle or if there have been timing problems, or if you just want to be cautious, say "​y"​ when asked if you want to reconfig with the defaults. Configurations will take about 2 minutes. ​+If the DBBC has had a power cycle or if there have been timing problems, or if you just want to be cautious, say "​y"​ when asked if you want to reconfig with the defaults. Configurations will take about 2 minutes. ​The DBBC window will stop at "​Waiting for communication from port 4000" or something to that effect. You will need to enter the command listed below in eRemotecontrol to proceed further. (Arwin)
  
 <note important>​If you did reconfigure the DBBC, synchronise the DBBC to the station pps with the following command from eRemoteControl ​ <note important>​If you did reconfigure the DBBC, synchronise the DBBC to the station pps with the following command from eRemoteControl ​
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