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Has anyone got wireless designer talking to your Venue (old school) mainframe via USB/ USB HUB for two?

I can't seem to get it to work even after installing the 32the bit driver that is on the lectro website.

My winbook10.1 is running windows8.1. Thanks!

 

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TechsMix   

Hello, what exactly is the problem you are having?  Is it not installing at all?  Are you getting any error messages?  I'm not 100% sure but shouldn't you be using 64 bit drivers?  Have you tried those?

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If your old school Venue is a narrow band frame - covers just two blocks - then it will not work with WD.  WD only goes back as far as the wideband Venue which covers 6 blocks.  You can upgrade the Venue narrow band to wideband - it's not cheap but a LOT cheaper than replacing it - and you get a whole new mother board which is basically a new unit in old mechanicals.

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codyman   
On 7/13/2016 at 7:56 AM, Gordonmoore1 said:

You can upgrade the Venue narrow band to wideband - it's not cheap but a LOT cheaper than replacing it - and you get a whole new mother board which is basically a new unit in old mechanicals.

I did this a while back and it was worth it.  Believe it was $7xx something but it's nice to have the flexibility of more blocks, being able to use the software, and I already had a channel's XLR poop out on me anyways which would have necessitated major repairs so this solved that issue as well.

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