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Thread: Hardware lock still not found

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    Hardware lock not found?

    I get this message in both layout and modeler. I have tried rebooting with no success. I tried reseating the dongle with no luck. Just started doing this today and I'm not sure what needs to be done about it.
    Fox

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    Did you install the drivers?

    You may want to search the forum, this has been talked about before.
    Lamont G
    Artist Ubisoft Osaka/大阪

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    Ya this program (6.5) has been on this computer and used fairly regularly for many many moons now. I suppose I haven't thought of reinstalling the drivers. I'll do that and get back. Thanks a bunch!
    Fox

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    Still unable to find hadware lock

    I have tried uninstalling the sentinel drivers and reinstalling them with no luck. Could this be due to a bad dongle?
    Fox

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    Hardware lock still not found

    I have tried uninstalling the sentinel drivers and reinstalling them with no luck. Could this be due to a bad dongle? I appreciate any ideas.
    Fox

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    USB or serial?
    Lamont G
    Artist Ubisoft Osaka/大阪

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    CORE 5718 mattclary's Avatar
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    So why create a new thread?

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    CORE 5718 mattclary's Avatar
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    Are you using the drivers off the 6.5 CD? If not, use those. Make sure the parallel port is enabled in the CMOS.

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    Parallel (ECP) port.

    Oh and I only have 6.0 on CD I downloaded 6.5 from Newtek.
    Fox

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    I've merged the threads. When working on an issue, please do not create a whole group of threads - just follow the matter to conclusion on one thread, please.

    Thank you.
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    Sorry about the new thread...
    Fox

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