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    GPS not found after hibernate/standby

    Is it jsut me?.. Every time i get out of hibernation or standy, i have to manual detect my gps reciever. Hope this hasn't been discussed yet.

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    Windows has problems resuming USB GPS recievers. What Ninja Monkey would have to do is check for resume and automatically call the reconnect function.

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    It'd be nice if there was a reconnect function You're lucky I've done half the stuff I have with this damn SDK.

    If you have a NMEA receiver, it'll be fixed in the next version I promise

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja Monkey
    It'd be nice if there was a reconnect function You're lucky I've done half the stuff I have with this damn SDK.

    If you have a NMEA receiver, it'll be fixed in the next version I promise
    Sweet! Less codeing for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja Monkey
    It'd be nice if there was a reconnect function You're lucky I've done half the stuff I have with this damn SDK.

    If you have a NMEA receiver, it'll be fixed in the next version I promise
    Awsome... can't wait...

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    try xport2, works well for the bu-303 receiver with hibernation. i've also found that by installing the XP SP2, it has eliminated the hibernation issue altogether..

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