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  • hanging after sleep - JD's Auto Speed Tester
    I m using Windows 7 with the latest updates and also the latest JD AST updates running It started hanging on searching for public IP every few days unregularly and now hangs almost every morning Though after stopping it with windows task manager and restarting JD AST run test will run completely normal again Top jackdinn Site Admin Posts 189 Joined Tue Jan 24 2012 11 44 am Location Norfolk UK Contact Contact jackdinn Website Re hanging after sleep Quote Post by jackdinn Sun Jan 26 2014 1 32 pm Hi I have not had any other reports of this part of the app causing any problems and i cant see anything wrong on the servers code It sounds like something particular to your setup or somewhere between you and the net Im sorry i cant offer any better help other than to just turn off the IP gathering all together You can do this under the config s on the Ping PKT jitter IP tab untick Record public IP If its still hanging try turning off the WAN and LAN detection test too on same tab See how you go JD Many Thx JackDinn My software never has bugs it just develops random new features Top elijosef Posts 5 Joined Tue Apr 17 2012 3 52 pm Re hanging after sleep Quote Post by elijosef Mon Jan 27 2014 8 24 am Hi Today no problem after having un selected Record public IP Thank you very much Top jackdinn Site Admin Posts 189 Joined Tue Jan 24 2012 11 44 am Location Norfolk UK Contact Contact jackdinn Website Re hanging after sleep Quote Post by jackdinn Wed Jan 29 2014 3 26 am thats good news please forgive the past couple of days we have had some problems with

    Original URL path: http://www.gmwsoftware.co.uk/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=7713&p=8024 (2016-02-11)
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  • JD's Auto Speed Tester - Login
    Advanced search Board index Search It is currently Thu Feb 11 2016 4 40 am All times are UTC The board requires you to be registered and logged in to view profiles Username Password I forgot my password Remember me

    Original URL path: http://www.gmwsoftware.co.uk/phpBB3/memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=94 (2016-02-11)
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  • Double speed broadband measurement?? - JD's Auto Speed Tester
    a computer reset or just the next day i assume the chap who said it was ok the next day had just reset his comp but didn t specify that So with this in mind can i ask if you had updated jdast just before these points where the high results were recorded Many Thx JackDinn My software never has bugs it just develops random new features Top rtrob Posts 2 Joined Sun Feb 26 2012 3 00 pm Re Double speed broadband measurement Quote Post by rtrob Mon Feb 27 2012 12 16 am I don t have any way to check I usually respond to the auto update message so you might be able to guess I just received one a few minutes ago and updated the program The first checks worked but no upload results On the first occasion the high rate lasted for the whole working day Fri 17 Feb probably no reboots The second was a single reading The very first measurement after starting up on Fri 24 Feb I have set it to run 3 mins after booting up and then every three hours I run extras manually if I need to Roger Top jackdinn Site Admin Posts 189 Joined Tue Jan 24 2012 11 44 am Location Norfolk UK Contact Contact jackdinn Website Re Double speed broadband measurement Quote Post by jackdinn Mon Feb 27 2012 10 11 am Well i did check the release dates but these dates don t necessarily mean you updated then so i needed to ask Do you remember what if anything you did between that single high result 24 02 and the next one that was back to normal was there a comp reset or a jdast restart or was the next test a manual test I have been thinking on this problem for some time now and it is a very difficult one At first i was assuming that there is somehow 2 adapter hooks providing 2 lots of readings back to jdast now this would explain why the throughput speeds are almost precisely doubled but when looking at your ping and jitter being halved at the same time it really throws a spanner in the works because the ping measurements are completely separate from the up and down measurements and also the adapter hooks have nothing to do with the ping jitter results Something for you to try I think that as your upload speed is well below the 2Mb s where the internal measurement for upload starts to break down ie when not using the adapter hooks I would suggest that you turn off the use adapter hooks tick box general tab of configurations This will eliminate any problems with the adapter readings and so you should not see the high up down results any more The even more curious part of all this is your halved ping pkloss jitter which are always measured internally I can not see a way for these results

    Original URL path: http://www.gmwsoftware.co.uk/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=14 (2016-02-11)
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  • Double speed broadband measurement?? - JD's Auto Speed Tester
    a computer reset or just the next day i assume the chap who said it was ok the next day had just reset his comp but didn t specify that So with this in mind can i ask if you had updated jdast just before these points where the high results were recorded Many Thx JackDinn My software never has bugs it just develops random new features Top rtrob Posts 2 Joined Sun Feb 26 2012 3 00 pm Re Double speed broadband measurement Quote Post by rtrob Mon Feb 27 2012 12 16 am I don t have any way to check I usually respond to the auto update message so you might be able to guess I just received one a few minutes ago and updated the program The first checks worked but no upload results On the first occasion the high rate lasted for the whole working day Fri 17 Feb probably no reboots The second was a single reading The very first measurement after starting up on Fri 24 Feb I have set it to run 3 mins after booting up and then every three hours I run extras manually if I need to Roger Top jackdinn Site Admin Posts 189 Joined Tue Jan 24 2012 11 44 am Location Norfolk UK Contact Contact jackdinn Website Re Double speed broadband measurement Quote Post by jackdinn Mon Feb 27 2012 10 11 am Well i did check the release dates but these dates don t necessarily mean you updated then so i needed to ask Do you remember what if anything you did between that single high result 24 02 and the next one that was back to normal was there a comp reset or a jdast restart or was the next test a manual test I have been thinking on this problem for some time now and it is a very difficult one At first i was assuming that there is somehow 2 adapter hooks providing 2 lots of readings back to jdast now this would explain why the throughput speeds are almost precisely doubled but when looking at your ping and jitter being halved at the same time it really throws a spanner in the works because the ping measurements are completely separate from the up and down measurements and also the adapter hooks have nothing to do with the ping jitter results Something for you to try I think that as your upload speed is well below the 2Mb s where the internal measurement for upload starts to break down ie when not using the adapter hooks I would suggest that you turn off the use adapter hooks tick box general tab of configurations This will eliminate any problems with the adapter readings and so you should not see the high up down results any more The even more curious part of all this is your halved ping pkloss jitter which are always measured internally I can not see a way for these results

    Original URL path: http://www.gmwsoftware.co.uk/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=14&p=8018 (2016-02-11)
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  • JD's Auto Speed Tester - Login
    Advanced search Board index Search It is currently Thu Feb 11 2016 4 40 am All times are UTC The board requires you to be registered and logged in to view profiles Username Password I forgot my password Remember me

    Original URL path: http://www.gmwsoftware.co.uk/phpBB3/memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=79 (2016-02-11)
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  • Eset Flagged again - JD's Auto Speed Tester
    software never has bugs it just develops random new features Top Lykaios Posts 6 Joined Thu Dec 27 2012 3 50 pm Re Eset Flagged again Quote Post by Lykaios Fri Dec 28 2012 11 44 am Just a FYI but a few files were getting flagged DataSendAdmin exe RequestHelp exe as well as Upload child exe DataSendAdmin exe C Program Files x86 JDAST DataSendAdmin exe AUTOIT script au3 Win32 Packed Autoit H potentially unwanted application Upload Child exe C Program Files x86 JDAST Upload child exe AUTOIT script au3 Win32 Packed Autoit H potentially unwanted application RequestHelp exe C Program Files x86 JDAST RequestHelp exe AUTOIT script au3 Win32 Packed Autoit H potentially unwanted application Top jackdinn Site Admin Posts 189 Joined Tue Jan 24 2012 11 44 am Location Norfolk UK Contact Contact jackdinn Website Re Eset Flagged again Quote Post by jackdinn Mon Dec 31 2012 5 16 pm yea its all the autoit scripts although for some reason it don t seem to have flagged the main exe JDAutoSpeedTester exe which is a little odd I do have some minor alterations to make to jdast shortly so if i submit it to Eset now i will only be doing it again in the not to distant future however you can always submit it to Eset yourself Many Thx JackDinn My software never has bugs it just develops random new features Top Lykaios Posts 6 Joined Thu Dec 27 2012 3 50 pm Re Eset Flagged again Quote Post by Lykaios Mon Mar 11 2013 6 18 pm No problems for the past few weeks and its been flagged again v17 9 Top jackdinn Site Admin Posts 189 Joined Tue Jan 24 2012 11 44 am Location Norfolk UK Contact Contact jackdinn Website Re Eset Flagged again

    Original URL path: http://www.gmwsoftware.co.uk/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=42 (2016-02-11)
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  • JD's Auto Speed Tester - Login
    Advanced search Board index Search It is currently Thu Feb 11 2016 4 40 am All times are UTC The board requires you to be registered and logged in to view profiles Username Password I forgot my password Remember me

    Original URL path: http://www.gmwsoftware.co.uk/phpBB3/memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=172 (2016-02-11)
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  • Line 6224 Error - JD's Auto Speed Tester
    54 pm can you please attach a copy of your appdata jdast main ini also could you explain the situation where this error occurs i e is it when running a manual test or autotest is it after the test is finished or if you cancel the test any info here will help me figure which part of the program im looking at cheers Many Thx JackDinn My software never has bugs it just develops random new features Top gerbil Posts 12 Joined Thu Mar 15 2012 10 36 pm Location Glasgow Re Line 6224 Error Quote Post by gerbil Thu Mar 15 2012 10 59 pm It happens at the end of a manual run when it tries to update the graph i think It seems to be fine when running on an auto scan but i will need to check that Will attach the file in a minute Top gerbil Posts 12 Joined Thu Mar 15 2012 10 36 pm Location Glasgow Re Line 6224 Error Quote Post by gerbil Thu Mar 15 2012 11 02 pm Where do I find main ini I m in Program Files JDAST but it s not there Top jackdinn Site Admin Posts 189 Joined Tue Jan 24 2012 11 44 am Location Norfolk UK Contact Contact jackdinn Website Re Line 6224 Error Quote Post by jackdinn Thu Mar 15 2012 11 03 pm ok thx but please dont make any changes to the settings until iv had a chance to see your main ini file in the configuration in which the crash is happening thx Many Thx JackDinn My software never has bugs it just develops random new features Top jackdinn Site Admin Posts 189 Joined Tue Jan 24 2012 11 44 am Location Norfolk UK Contact Contact jackdinn Website Re

    Original URL path: http://www.gmwsoftware.co.uk/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=17 (2016-02-11)
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