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error on logger \device\adif_drv, DSP error: LastStatus, Board

error on logger \device\adif_drv, DSP error: LastStatus, Board

error on logger \device\adif_drv, DSP error: LastStatus, Board

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I am getting warning tones when I hot advanced processing information on this logger.  It seems like the Board is going out?  But I am not sure?  Can someone explain what I need to do.  Also, i walked i today and checked the logger and it was not responding when I checked Nice Supervisor.  I checked the network side and it was functioning.  Then I checked the logger and it was not resonding.  I rebooted and it came back-but I have this error:  error on logger \device\adif_drv, DSP error:  LastStatus, Board

Can some one help me?

RE: error on logger \device\adif_drv, DSP error: LastStatus, Board

plug a monitor into the logger and reboot as the logger app starts you should see in one of the windows (can't remember offhand) the dsp's loading the software if this doesn't happen or if there are red error or fatal messages you probably have a faulty adif card

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