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    Mitch Harding
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    Problem with graphical squeezebox

    A week or so ago I received my graphics upgrade in the mail. I moved to the latest firmware, and then performed the surgery. It was a success, and it appeared to work fine. However, if I pause a song, skip several songs ahead, and then hit play, I sometimes run into a problem. The screen will go blank except for a row of pixels along the bottom-left corner. Some of these pixels may be flashing. The row of pixels will display for a couple seconds, at which point the screen will go to the "Slim Devices" logo as though it had just been powered on. It will acquire an IP, look for my Slim Server, and then start up like normal.

    This happens about 1/3 of the time when I hit play after skipping ahead some number of songs.

    Has anyone else seen this? Is it a known problem? Any fix in the works?

    Thanks!

    Mitch

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    Gadfly, Former Founder Slim Devices dean's Avatar
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    Problem with graphical squeezebox

    Hi Mitch,

    This is a known bug and Sean's working hard on the firmware for a fix.

    Stay tuned and thanks for your patience,

    dean

    On Aug 31, 2004, at 5:59 PM, Mitch Harding wrote:

    > A week or so ago I received my graphics upgrade in the mail. I moved
    > to the latest firmware, and then performed the surgery. It was a
    > success, and it appeared to work fine. However, if I pause a song,
    > skip several songs ahead, and then hit play, I sometimes run into a
    > problem. The screen will go blank except for a row of pixels along
    > the bottom-left corner. Some of these pixels may be flashing. The
    > row of pixels will display for a couple seconds, at which point the
    > screen will go to the "Slim Devices" logo as though it had just been
    > powered on. It will acquire an IP, look for my Slim Server, and then
    > start up like normal.
    >
    > This happens about 1/3 of the time when I hit play after skipping
    > ahead some number of songs.
    >
    > Has anyone else seen this? Is it a known problem? Any fix in the
    > works?
    >
    > Thanks!
    >
    > Mitch
    >

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