STL4020/SBIG driver: Operating system error. 30032

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  1. FINET Gerard

    FINET Gerard Standard User

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    Hi,

    I need help and advice for the recurring and chaotic SBIG message error since I switched to Windows 10.
    (STL4020)
    But always during a long exposure (1200 seconds) unrelated to the delay since the beginning of the acquisition (1, 3, 4 or 12 minutes !!). This error immediately leads to an interruption of the communication with the paramount MX +.
    # one example :
    11:05:25 C:\Users\Gerard astro\Desktop\Trappe\10Dark_1x1_Ha_1200s_20170715.00110.fit
    11:05:25 Download time: 14,8 sec., cooler at 9,8 °C, 34% power.
    11:05:26 Exposure 5 of 10
    11:05:26 Exposing...
    11:13:34 I:TI1, CCDSoft2XAdaptor.CCDSoft5Camera.1: SBIG driver: Operating system error. Error = 30032.
    11:13:34 *** Aborting session due to data acquisition failure
    11:13:34 Attempting to park telescope
    11:13:34 Attempting to turn tracking off
    11:13:36 Telescope is not connected. Tracking Off command ignored.

    My setup is :FSQ106/SBIG STL4020M/MX+

    Windows 10 2016 RAM 16G 64b - USB power management disabled
    cleaned 5 m long USB cable Paramount MX+
    ASCOM 6.3
    SBIG STL 4020M (2007)

    SBIGDriverCheck64 : V4.03 (build 4) - latest update (same issue)
    SBIGudr.dll V4.97 b2 (1/6/17)
    TSX 10.5.0/build 10857 ( I moved from build 10305 - same issue)
    CCDAP5 V5.10.1 (latest update)

    I read all the posts to find a solution. I tried several changes. I systematically find this fixed error but of random appearance when to its delay of occurrence.
    Thank you again for your advices.
    Best regards
    Gérard
     

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  2. Tim

    Tim Staff Member

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    Have you tried uninstalling the SBIGudrv.dll and all other SBIG drivers using the SBIGDriverChecker64 software, then reinstall?
     
  3. FINET Gerard

    FINET Gerard Standard User

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    No, I did not tried. I am going to do that.
    Thank you for this advice. I will inform you of the result.
    Gérard
     

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