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Old 12-26-2018, 03:37 PM
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Anybody had issues with their scope? I have a Pro running 16.4 that I haven't been using much for a couple of years. I've kept it around just to have a scope and the one time I go to use it, it doesn't work. When I go into that program, I don't get the clicking noise that I seem to recall it used to make, and a message saying no scope found. I've done all the obvious stuff-cleaning, removing and re-seating, rebooting, etc. Hard to imagine that this thing went bad just sitting in the box...
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Old 12-26-2018, 10:00 PM
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Guess maybe you P@ssed her off when you first started grabbing the Port Freight 08 then letting it sit in the Launch box when you got the Launch box ,but the straw that could da broke the scope's back was when you cracked the lid of box and said "PICO BOO, I see you." Hope the New Year be better
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Anybody had issues with their scope? I have a Pro running 16.4 that I haven't been using much for a couple of years. I've kept it around just to have a scope and the one time I go to use it, it doesn't work. When I go into that program, I don't get the clicking noise that I seem to recall it used to make, and a message saying no scope found. I've done all the obvious stuff-cleaning, removing and re-seating, rebooting, etc. Hard to imagine that this thing went bad just sitting in the box...
Is the scope still paired to the verus?

There's a provision to hook this scope to the verus via a usb cable to a usb port on the tool.
Would it work like that?

Have you tried re-imaging the verus?

Perhaps the scope drivers in Windows are corrupted or missing?

Do you know anyone with your model of verus - dealer or otherwise - with their scope that would let you try switching it out?
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I've noted that mechanical click in the Verus Edge and Zeus too. Anybody know what that is exactly? I can't quite picture a big noisy mechanical relay inside a tablet. It sounds kind of like an old-school hard drive "seek" to me.

My thinking being that if we knew what that noise was it might be a clue as to why Scott's is not making it. And running the scope.
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So that's a link to where two people are supposing it to be a relay?
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Well, if you look under the name Joe Rappa you will see Snap-on DSD which means he works for Snap-on. Also if you read any of his posts you will see he is one of the most knowledgeable members on these forums.
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So that's a link to where two people are supposing it to be a relay?
Perhaps just a Con-fused-able link inside it too Maybe Time to get Crackin and open - er up I guess be next step
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Well, if you look under the name Joe Rappa you will see Snap-on DSD which means he works for Snap-on. Also if you read any of his posts you will see he is one of the most knowledgeable members on these forums.
OK, all that extra information didn't exactly leap out at me from that one particular thread.
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Sorry but like you I work in a shop and have to get the work out. I just gave you what I could in the few minutes that I had. I had full intentions of adding to it when time permitted.
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