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  4. I just attached the camera to another lap top... same issue .... It must be the T3... Thanks for hanging in there with your suggestions. Camera seems to work fine other than that issue with controlling it via USB cable. I'll have to contact Canon about possible R&R. Brian
  5. admin

    EOS R

    Not yet, I have a user currently trying a test build but he is not having success with it so far. If you want you can download 3.1.18.RC2 in the download pre-release section that I uploaded earlier today. Having more feedback can only help. Regards,
  6. jemarcks

    EOS R

    I just bought a new Canon EOS R camera. Does BYE support this new camera? thanks!
  7. Ruilo

    Canon Eos R support ?

    Tested and same isues. Will send you the log via email. Please confirm to me the receptionof the log
  8. I just uploaded 3.1.18.RC2 in the pre-release section. https://www.otelescope.com/files/category/24-pre-releases/
  9. admin

    Canon Eos R support ?

    I just uploaded 3.1.18.RC2 in the pre-release section. Can you try this version? https://www.otelescope.com/files/category/24-pre-releases/
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  11. I have just archived your first trial. Go ahead and add it again in your cart and proceed to checkout for a second trial key. Regards,
  12. BYE can display LiveView images for both the 1000D and the 70D. I do not use SharpCap so can't comment on how to use SharpCap with your cameras. I have never heard that SharpCap can connect with BYE, however BYE does offer a way for other programs to use images that are captured by BYE, so it is not impossible. BYE does have its own drift align capability.
  13. Both these makes sense and it's in line with what I was thinking. This will require a bit more leg work because this assumes that the coordinates of the target are known and currently there is no place in BYE/BYE to enter this data. It's not complicated to do, it just needs a place to live in the simple UI as part of the plate solving workflow.
  14. admin

    Shut down

    Glad you found the root cause.
  15. clamper

    Shut down

    To all those who took the time to answer me, thank you. I believe the culprit has been found after following a lead provided by astroman133. It made me realize I needed to I consider the problem was not BYE but rather the laptop or windows itself. I then recalled that early in the session I received a pop up window wanting me to update windows 10. I hit 'later' and continued on. The same pop up occurred not 30 mins later and again I hit 'later'. I believe that the pop up appeared again but this time I was not there to delay it so it started its upgrade. And since most upgrades end with a reboot, it did it for me. Upon checking my history files I saw an upgrade did occur at about the same time my last sub was captured. I really appreciate every ones feed back and am only glad that no one can see my red face.😀 Clear skies to all!
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  17. Do you have another PC to try to see if the issue is the camera itself or the pc?
  18. Tried the media update . No change, still does not recognize the USB device, code 43.
  19. It would seem that there is something wrong with your system that is preventing the built-in (to Windows) kernel level driver for the camera from loading. Have you done a broad internet search to see of others had this issue and if/how they fixed it? I did a quick search and found this thread with contributions from others who had a similar problem. I hope it helps: https://community.usa.canon.com/t5/EOS-Rebel/canon-camera-not-recognized-by-windows-10/td-p/150600
  20. Over the past several years "AutoStakkert!" (Author is Belgian) has supplanted RegiStax as the preferred Planetary/Lunar Video Stacking Software. First there was AutoStakkert!2, and then AutoStakkert!3 came out with 64-bit Windows support. (But now the Author has taken a hiatus from Dev/Support since 2017.) There are also peripheral programs such as PIPP and WinJUPOS, performing Cropping and Derotation chores for the Stacking Program.
  21. Guylain The device manager list it as an unknown device (code43) under driver I'm given the choice to uninstall the device or up date driver. If I uninstall the device will allow a clean install the next time I connect the T3? I am quite certain that the issue is not with my BYEOS so I really appreciate that you are willing to help. Brian
  22. astroman133

    Shut down

    If your PC was at the login screen then it seems that your PC rebooted. I listed some historical causes for BYE to shut down (in case I misunderstood the state of your system): BYE can have problems if there is even a momentary loss of connection with the camera. This can be due to a malfunctioning cable or loose connection. BYE may be hung to the point that you need to kill the process from the Task Manager. The camera can shut down due to low battery or overheating. This can cause BYE to need to be killed via the Task Manager. The PC can shut down parts of the system during periods of "inactivity" to save power. This can include USB ports and hard drives. This can cause issues with BYE not being able to talk to the camera. You need to configure your system's power saving feature so that this does not happen when you are imaging. I typically run my PC off of external power and so disable all power saving during that case. Windows 10 can reboot without approval in order to complete a software update that it started without approval.
  23. clamper

    Shut down

    On a cursory check for the log files My Pictures\BackyardTEMP\logs I was unable to locate them. All files related to BYE were empty for some reason. I am on my way to work but will check deeper when I get home this afternoon. Any more. Thanks Harold
  24. clamper

    Shut down

    I am using vs 3.1.7 premium edition. The program shuts down. The camera still has power but since BYE is no longer working it just sits there idle.
  25. admin

    Shut down

    Whoa, never heard that one before. What version of BYE? The actual program shut down or the camera shuts down? In any case I would like to see that log file for sure.
  26. clamper

    Shut down

    I have been using BYE for several months now and for the most part I love it. It is easy to use and I have almost everything I need on one screen. My problem is that the program will sometime shut down in the middle of a session. For example last night I was imaging IC1396, the Elephant Trunk Nebula. I had programed120-100 sec exposures at 800 ISO. Along about exposure 80 I went out to check on it and found the program had shut down and I was stareing at my laptop start up screen. This has happened several times before. Has anyone experienced this and can offer some reason or explanation? Thank you Harold M Welles
  27. ttayfunn

    activation

    I won't be able to download new versions, but it's nice to have worked,thank you again
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