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Error in Nice Supervision

Error in Nice Supervision

Error in Nice Supervision

Hello all.  I have a question.  I've called NICE for support but haven't received a call back, so thought I would throw it out here to see if anyone would know what to do about the following error:

Error: ADIF3 board 1 - DSP 0 error (760)

Again, I'm waiting for a call back from NICE, but would like to get any information I could.  Thanks.

RE: Error in Nice Supervision

I see this is an old message, if you're still out there wondered if you corrected your problem. I'm receiving the same error message. Was thinking of doing a power-down and reseating the card. Wondering if that is a "you need to replace this card" message.


RE: Error in Nice Supervision


The adif 3 board which is now superseded by the adif 4 board is responsible for compression and other audio algorithms. On the back of the logger on the adif 3 card you will see if leds. if one of the dsp leds is red then reboot the logger. If this doesnt resolve the issue then a card change is required. on the adif 3 card there are piggy back daughter cards which occasionally the dsps fail on and require replacing

RE: Error in Nice Supervision

A reboot did fix the problem....Thanks!

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