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KB339: OmnivexEventLog.dll is flagged as a threat by your antivirus software

Symptom

Your antivirus software flags OmnivexEventLog.dll as a threat.

Cause

This is a false positive. The file included with Moxie 7.03 R3 and earlier can be flagged as a potential threat because the DLL is unsigned.  (Moxie 7.04 and higher already includes the signed version.)

Solution

Replace the DLL file with a signed version:

Moxie 6.11.5170 released

A new version of Moxie has been released. The Moxie Server is supported on Windows Server 2008 and 2012. The Moxie Studio and Player are supported on Windows 7 and Windows Embedded 8 Industry. This version of Moxie also supports .NET Framework 4.0 and 4.5.

KB308: Omnivex current products and supported Microsoft Windows operating systems

Summary

Omnivex products are designed to operate on a variety of Microsoft Windows operating systems. Not all Windows operating systems are appropriate for all products. Omnivex tests each new software update on multiple operating systems (English versions only) to ensure consistent performance and value to customers. Listed below is the most recent version of each Omnivex product and their supported operating systems. The information below is subject to change. This article is regularly updated.

KB130: How to: Use two PMD-1024 devices on the same computer

Summary

You need more inputs and outputs than a single PMD-1024 device has, so you want to connect two of these devices to the same computer for use with IOLink.

Note: Measurement Computing have changed the name of these devices to USB-1024. If you want to purchase a device, you will find it under USB-1024, not PMD.

Solution

Typically, only one PMD is connected to a computer at a time, so IOLink only recognizes the first device connected, but you can configure two PMD devices and IOLink so that both devices work on a single computer.

KB165: You changed your desktop configuration and now you can't see some windows or dialogs

Symptom

You have removed your secondary monitor or changed your desktop layout using the Windows Display Properties and now some of your Omnivex program windows or dialog boxes no longer appear. It may appear as though your Omnivex program has frozen after clicking a button or menu option but the program is actually waiting for an off screen dialog to be closed.

Cause

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