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  1. Ah, that explains it. I wasn’t aware that there was a USB based 16 Sainesmart board as I have the one controlled through the LEDWIZ. Although DOF only has 8 programmable port assignments, it must still read all 16. Do you know why it might be losing connection periodically?
  2. Thanks for the reply Outthere. So, if I have my contactors and shaker running through the Sainesmart 16 board, and DOF doesn't support the Sainesmart 16, how are they operating? I ask because the more I play with it, the less I'm seeing a cutout of the DOF while playing. Wondering if I need to replace the Sainesmart 16 with two Sainesmart 8's, or just leave it alone. I will be pulling my screen over the next few days to install a couple more things...I'll take some pics and add them.
  3. Hey all. I’m running a Sainsmart 16 to fuse block to LEDWIZ. I’ve got 10 contractors, shaker and beacons. I thought that DOF didn’t support a 16 relay Sainsmart, so I ordered 2 sets of 8 relays that I haven’t hooked up yet. However, I did config a file in DOF for one 8 relay Sainesmart and installed it. I am operating out of VP right now as I’m finalizing my tables, testing content, etc. That said, as I was messing around in a couple of tables today, my DOF turned on! My contactors worked, beacons were going off, etc. Even more interesting is that my flipper contactors and beacons are not on the first 8 relays of the Sainesmart 16, yet they worked. So, before I switch out my Sainesmart 16 for two 8’s, anyone know why I’m getting play with all toys despite only having one 8 relay setup in DOF Config? Also, DOF starts out great with every table, but cuts out a couple of minutes into play. Doesn’t come back on until I reboot the same or another table. I’m wondering since DOF does not officially support 16 relays, then maybe something weird is happening that causes operation then shuts down. I’m also not running through Pinball X yet, so wondering if that has anything to do with it. Thoughts?
  4. Hey guys. Just to update, I was able to get it working. Looks fantastic. When I started the system this afternoon, the computer chimes and a window opened up that was for the pin2dmd. It had a 32 bit pin2dmd.exe file that was trying to access the key by itself. I put the key file in the folder and restarted the .exe file. And it registered. Thanks again for the support.
  5. Thanks Lucky. Can you tell me how to do that? I’m assuming I need pin2dmd.exe version 2.x then I’ll be able to run the ST-Link firmware?
  6. Heres my driver page. Also, my firmware is Colorprism v2.67
  7. Thanks Lucky. I reversed the micro usb cable to the port by the RJ45 connector and restarted. I also verified that I had the correct WinUSB driver as well through the Zadig tool. After that, I attempted to activate again via Pin2dmd.exe and it's telling me that the firmware I have is outdated and cannot activate. I ran the ST-Link upgrade link, and it's telling me that I don't have an ST-Link device connected, so I'm unable to update the firmware. Thoughts? Thanks.
  8. Yes. I have the micro usb cable plugged into the port opposite side of the RJ45 connector. I did try the other connector as well...just to be thorough. When I plug in the PIN2DMD via the micro cable, the computer chimes and it opens a window with two files. One file is a text file telling me the build date of the unit, and the other is an icon for a website. It's listed something like F5 and not as an STLINK USB device. I have the Nucleo 144 board.
  9. As an update, I know that the computer is recognizing the DMD as it chimes when I hook up the USB cable from the ST board on the DMD. I've tried to run the ST-Link setup again, and it simply says that I don't have an ST device connected, so I can't get into the software to upgrade the firmware if that is what is needed. I've tried activating the code through Pin2DMD.exe 32 bit by copying the key file (named the code on my DMD) into the same folder then launching, which is supposed to register automatically, and won't activate. I've also tried the other way with the pin2dmd.exe 64 bit, changed the name of the numbered file to pin2dmd.key, selected the file and tried to activate. In both events, it still says that it cannot be activated. Everything seems to be operating on the Pin2DMD,. Just about out of options to get this to work. If anyone has any additional thoughts I'd appreciate it.
  10. Thanks Outhere. I tried both ways with the DMD number as the file name and also renaming it to pin2dmd. Same result for both.
  11. Hello everyone. Setting up my cab for Virtual Pinball and ran into a snag. I have the Pin2DMD and set it completely up before I put my computer into my cabinet. I paid for the activation code and everything setup just fine and activated. As I'm getting everything setup in the cab, for some reason the Pin2DMD is no longer activated. I put the code into the pin2dmd.exe folder and executed the software, then selected 'Activate'. I then get a message stating that it can't be activated. I selected 'Load Config' and it doesn't give me a version number, just says that its not activated. Any thoughts on how to proceed? Thanks.
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