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Although it did work reliably for me when I tested it I am now having problems with it connecting. I will need to do a tweak to the software for that, in the meantime unplugging and reattaching the interface seems to work but isn't ideal. The memory access issue seems to occur when changing the baud rate, I will look into that but it may be related. CTS does read low, as does MAF and the closed loop/open loop status flag is not correct. STFT is correct.

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I am using an interface purchased from you. I also downloaded and installed the dx22 driver. When I first launch Rhinoview, If I click Connect, nothing happens. If I then go into Buad Rate and set it, then click OK, I get a brief flash of Red MIL then multiple windows pop up complaining about illegal memory access , I believe it is. I have to close RhinoView with Task Manager. It does show SDL Interface in lower left corner.

To successfully connect, I have to launch Rhinoview, then first set Baud Rate (even if it already says the correct rate), by clicking OK. Then I can click Connect successfully, if I perform those steps in exact order.

Windows XP
RhinoView 1.0
driver D2XX version 2.10 ( I used the exe installer)


I do have the 16v ecu. I am watching the thread where the definition issue came up on the Suzuki Forum. My CTS shows 147 F. by the way, but I am getting Closed Loop as indicated by Short Term Fuel Trim changing.



-- Edited by randy h on Monday 11th of August 2014 12:47:47 AM

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If you have one of my tools then it should find it automatically, the port number shouldn't make any difference as it doesn't use the virtual com port anymore, you do need to set the baud rate but it should now be possible to do that 'on the fly'. Did you install the d2xx driver?  does it show 'SDL Interface' on the status bar, lower left?

I don't recall which ECU you have, if its the 16V then be aware that there are some issues with the definition as I accidently used the definition for the never released 1995 'OBD2' ECU, I'm working on fixing that and will release a new build of RV.



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Just wanted to say thanks again, Rhinoman. The adjustments you made, allow me to have full view of the main screen now.

At first I could not find a way to select my port. The Comms menu does not have that option in this version, but I found an ini file and typed in the port number there.

This is great, I will now be monitoring things a lot more often.

randy h

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thanks, I will try this tonight after work.

randy

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Try this:

http://www.rhinopower.org/Rhinoview/release/RhinoviewV1_0.zip

I have modified the display to fit 800x600; it also includes the new 'Plug and Play' USB handler. I should also point out that if you are using Win7 you can use the Windows zoom feature which is the Windows button and + or the Windows button and - the step size can be adjusted from 100% down to 25%.



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thanks Rhinoman

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I have a version of RV that was never released that I will tweak to fit an 800 x 600 screen. Version9.1 should have fitted but I did have the display area set to 600 deep and not the window size. I will try and test the latest version over the weekend and then release it. It was created to test a new plug and play serial handler so it will need a different driver which can be downloaded from the FTDI website here:

www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/D2XX.htm





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I've just checked the size and it should be 600 deep, I will have to recheck that, it may be that I have the size of the form set to 600 and not the size of the window.

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This has been an issue for me also - ever since I switched from an older laptop with the traditional 4:3 display to a netbook with a 16:9 "widescreen" (1024 x 600) - the lower edge of the display, so to speak, falls off the bottom of the screen.



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I'll have to take a look at it, its certainly possible. I don't recall what size screen I originally developed it for but I did make the gauges sizable as I was originally intending to include that feature.

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Is there config file or setting I can tweak to get a different sized window from Rhinoview?  My Car PC's Monitor has a native resolution of 800 x 600. I cant seem to get a good view of Rhinoview. I have to move the window around to see the edges.

thanks,

randy H

 



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