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Author Topic: Windows 10 ver 1709 vs. MARS digital Softwares  (Read 52 times)
K5AJ
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« on: January 17, 2018, 10:11:54 AM »

Greetings,

7 month old Windows 10 version:
Until this month, the two MARS digital softwares, that run in tandem, worked
perfectly, delivering text from even very weak signals, and always sending
properly.

Along comes the Sceptre Meltdown vulnerabilities in the intel chips,
and the soon to arrive exploits of these vulnerabilities.

Microsoft says they will protect us.  So, I upgraded to Windows 10 ver 1709, Build 16299.192
and that's the only change made to my dedicated MARS drive/login.

Upon upgrading Windows,
he two digital softwares (or at least one of them) only succeeds (revealing the incoming
text) about 10% of the time, and my transmitted text has been overmodulating the
flex 6500, even when I reduce power and audio on the flex.  All other flex functions
work fine.

Probability is reasonable that the upgraded Microsoft Windows is diddling with
the performance of the two MARS digital softwares; again, the only change
to a well running windows box was upgrading Microsoft Windows.

Anyone else experiencing a performance drop?

Thanks
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