SBIG driver not recognized in the 64 bit version of the Sky X

Discussion in 'Legacy Models (ST, STL, etc.)' started by JoeGafford, Mar 21, 2021.

  1. JoeGafford

    JoeGafford Cyanogen Customer

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    Software Bisque Sky X has a new update for 64 bit operation. This works with my ST-2000XM camera on the desktop. It does not recognize the driver when this camera is selected on my field laptop in the Sky X 64. I tried replacing the DLL from the resources/legacy webpage. Still no joy. The camera still works on the 32 bit Sky X version on the laptop and in CCD Soft.

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  2. Colin Haig

    Colin Haig Staff Member

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    Contact Software Bisque - we have no idea what they've done. If they need assistance from us, we're willing to provide it.
     
  3. JoeGafford

    JoeGafford Cyanogen Customer

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    Resolved, mostly. I managed to connect the camera after a lot of scouring in my laptop. I found and removed an old SBIG driver in registry after uninstalling the current one with a tag under the apps list that won't remove. Didn't solve the problem after reinstalling latest driver. Then after uninstalling Sky X and installing latest complete installer and daily build with the 64 bit add-on, still no connection to camera. Then I went into their settings, I opened the imaging systems profiles file, it finally connected the camera and accessories. This was only temporary. If I close the Sky X, then reboot it, I have to open the profile file first to connect the camera. It is not remembering the profile or not loading completely on boot-up. I put this problem back in Bisque's court. FYI.

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  4. Colin Haig

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    Ok, let us know if they figure it out.
    This doesnt seem to affect everybody. Other reports (and my own testing) seem ok.
     

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