problem with elvis

guardian

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I've had an Elvis about a month.And used it successfully on three occasions.however ,when I try to programme a card now I get the following error message"access violation at address 004b2428 in module Mp.exe. read of address FFFFFFFF .I tried a new card and managed to programme it ,but when I tried a further card .I got the same message.Whenever i try to programme a card the same message or this one "in que not empty 1byte= data=
Can anyone help? P.S. I'm using gold wafer cards
 

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Read the other posts on problems with the elvis programmer

http://www.satellites.co.uk/scripts/webforum/DCForumID15/329.html
http://www.satellites.co.uk/scripts/webforum/DCForumID15/352.html

read the manual and downlaod the latest software from:
http://www.adteknik.se/english/manual.html

maybe that would help..

nobbly :+
 

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for nobbly.
Just received e-mail from ad-teknik ,Quote "the problem is usually caused by a bug in our software,It's not a fault of the programmer nor your cards.But we haven't located this problem as it appears to be a compatibility problem with different softwares you have installed on your computer.So unfortunately I have no other advice to give you other than to wait for next windows release which will hopefully be ready by xmas, or use the dos based software instead"

So it would seem I was wrong to blame the cards.Hope this helps some other readers
 

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In that case you could always install a clean version of windows on a new parition , and use a boot program like boot magic to boot to the clean partition which just has the programmer software installed.

or wait :)

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hi i have just purchased a elvis today with 1 goldcard, i was just wondering if you have any advise for me before i start playing and mess things up?
 

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Hi
I'm afraid I've no real advice to give.All I can tell you is that I have successfully used the Elvis since my problems,the fault seems to be intermittent,but when it occurs it tend to damage the card.You may not experience any problems at all.Loads of people have the Elvis and it seems to me that very few have problems.However if the promised new software download doesn't materialise soon ,I intend to take Nobbly's advice and partition my hard drive.
regards
Guardian
 
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