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  1. If it does not appear under 'Other Devices', repeat steps 4 through 8 until it does. This may take multiple repeats before the correct result is obtained. Unplug the device. Update the Drivers. All Chroma-Q or legacy Jands USB devices should be disconnected and Vista not running at this point.
  2. In this session the Jands training team will give you advice and guidance on the loop design process to ensure your system works first time. Shure SLX-D: Wireless Excellence, Wherever Required. Whether it’s a high-school theater production, corporate meeting, or a Sunday service, live events need to deliver flawless audio and require products.

Reinstalled the latest drivers and catalyst control panel and things still run at somewhat of a chug. It features 256 mb sign in advance to comment. My ati radeon 9800 pro is ailiing same dots and block drop-outs as reported in other messages, some games are unplayable. 1000 / 8 chips on sale. Next, check the MIDI network session you’re using for MIDI control. This should be Lighting Control Session or whatever other name you used back in step 1. It should look something like this when you’re done: So! Now that you have that done, you can tell Jands Vista to play cue 11 of cue list 4 by playing a C0 in Ableton!

Please follow the procedure below to configure a Windows PC controlling the Jands Vista V2 application such that crash dump files may be collected and subsequently analysed in the event of a Vista V2 crash. This procedure is for Microsoft Windows operating systems only.

This procedure must be executed before any crash, as files generated without this application cannot be retrieved or analysed.

Note: Not all crashes will generate a log file. If you experience a crash and no log file is generated, please report all information you can to us.

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There are three different procedures – one for XP, another for Microsoft Vista and Windows 7.

Setup Procedure for Windows XP:

  1. In the Start menu’s Run box, enter the command “drwtsn32 -i”.
  2. A dialog box will appear informing you that Dr. Watson has been installed as the default debugger. Press OK.


Retrieving Crash Files on Windows XP:

  1. Crash information will be written into the file “C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersApplication DataMicrosoftDr Watsonuser.dmp”. Should a Vista crash occur, navigate to this directory and view the “user.dmp” file.
  2. Check the modification date of the “user.dmp” file to make sure that you are looking at the file that corresponds with when the crash occurred.
  3. Rename the “user.dmp” file to something a more descriptive eg Vista V22-0-6838_20101124_01.dmp”.
  4. Send the crash log file, an exported copy of the show file and a description of what you were doing, to [email protected], or use the support contact form at www.jandsvista.com/support

Reconfiguring drwtsn32 Settings:

Running drwtsn32 without any options or switches will bring up a window that allows various settings to be changed eg the location of the dump files can be made more easily accessible, or a visual alert letting you know a crash was logged.

If drwtsn32 is reconfigured, please ensure that the checkboxes and radio buttons remain set as per the image to the right.

Additionally the number of crashes to save is limited to 10 by default. Once the limit has been reached, the system will no longer generate new log files. To ensure that data is collected users should periodically remove log files.


Procedure for Windows Vista:

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Windows Error Reporting (WER) has been integrated into the Microsoft Vista operating system. By default, Vista uploads the crash logs to Microsoft, but does not save a local copy. To save a local copy of the crash logs, the registry must be reconfigured by following these steps:

  1. Download the file “ActivateCrashDumps.reg” file from the Jands Vista website http://www.jandsvista.com/ActivateCrashDumps.reg. Some browsers helpfully add a “.txt” to the filename (which may not be shown if Windows is hiding file file extensions – see below for details on changing this behavior). The file must have the file extension “.reg”.
  2. Save the file to the PC.
  3. Using Windows Explorer, find the file and double-click on ActivateCrashdumps.reg to run it.
  4. Respond affirmatively to any prompts.
  5. Reboot the PC.
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The next time any application crashes, the crash information will be written into a folder located inside “%LOCALAPPDATA%localMicrosoftWindowsWERReportQueue” (where %LOCALAPPDATA% is usually “c:UsersuserAppData”). Check the modification date of the directory to make sure that the appropriate directory is being displayed.

Windows Vista hides many directories (and files) from the user by default. This can be changed in the Control Panel by selecting Folder Options -> View Tab -> Hidden Files and Folders -> Show Hidden Files).

Each crash will result in a new directory below “ReportQueue”. Package up the entire directory naming each file something more descriptive eg “Vista_1.13.522X_20090720_01.dmp” along with the show file and a brief explanation of what was being done, and email them to [email protected]

Procedure for Windows 7:

Log files are automatically generated in Windows 7. These can usually be found at C:UsersUsernameAppDataLocalMicrosoftWindowsWERReportArchive however this may vary slightly depending on the configuration of your machine. You may also need to change your settings to view hidden files in order to access these crash logs.

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Date: 01/01/2015

Dear Professional Driver,

As we are now in the icy grip of winter, I wanted you to be familiar with Emergency Declarations and how they relate to you and J&S Transport. Emergency Declarations may be issued by the President, State Governors or the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. These Declarations are intended to provide vital supplies and transportation services to a disaster area in the United States. The Emergency Declaration allows temporary suspension of certain regulations, including Hours of Service, for motor carriers engaged in specific areas of the emergency relief effort.

We can all agree that J&S Transport provides an invaluable commodity during the winter; heating oil. During natural or man-made disasters, the flow of heating oil must be maintained; regardless of conditions. When a disaster occurs, and an Emergency Declaration is issued, motor carriers and drivers responding to provide “direct assistance”, are exempt from applicable regulations to 49 CFR Parts 390-399. For J&S Transport, this involves Hours-of-Service. Declarations cannot exempt drivers/carriers from the requirements relating to CDL, drug/alcohol, hazardous materials, size & weight, State/Federal registration and tax requirements. Relief from Federal Motor Carrier Regulations is limited to a maximum of 30 days however, State Governors can now extend that 30 day period up to an additional two (2) – 30 day periods for a total of 90 days.

Here is further information you need to know about Emergency Declarations:

➢ Drivers responding to provide direct assistance during an emergency are exempt from applicable regulations in all States on their route to the emergency, even though those states may not be involved in the emergency or stated in the Declaration of Emergency.
➢ Even if an Emergency Declaration is still in effect, the emergency must be on-going and you must be providing direct emergency assistance in order to be exempt from the safety regulations.
➢ There is no requirement to carry a copy of the declaration in the vehicle unless so specified in the declaration itself.
➢ Make sure you have the correct permits, including size and weight, as they may not have been waived.

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And one of the most important points to remember:

➢ Even though safety regulations may have been suspended, drivers and carriers are expected to use good judgment and not operate vehicles with fatigued or ill drivers, or under any conditions presenting a clear hazard to themselves and other motorists using the highways.

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Be Safe!

Steve