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Yesterday I upgraded to S5 and after not being able to get my show to work went back to S4. At 450 am this morning the lights connected to box 1 came on by themselves.  Now when trying to detect boxes it isn't detecting all of them and/or detect ones that don't exist.  

 

I have uninstalled and reinstalled S4 and unplugged Cat5 cable and they continue to turn on and boxes aren't detected. 

 

Any suggestions would be helpful!

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When you go from S5 back to S4 you must COMPLETELY remove any traces of S5. This inclueds the LOR folder in your computers programs folder and a registry wipe. Any traces of S5 will cause issues when going back to S4.

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49 minutes ago, Mr. P said:

When you go from S5 back to S4 you must COMPLETELY remove any traces of S5. This inclueds the LOR folder in your computers programs folder and a registry wipe. Any traces of S5 will cause issues when going back to S4.

I was reading that but couldn't find the registry wipe.  How/where do I find it?

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2 hours ago, Mr. P said:

When you go from S5 back to S4 you must COMPLETELY remove any traces of S5. This inclueds the LOR folder in your computers programs folder and a registry wipe. Any traces of S5 will cause issues when going back to S4.

I have done a registry wipe and still have no control.  I have updated all the firmware.  The lights continue to go off an on when not even hooked up to a network.  I am getting error messages:  Serial event error poll type 41 and 49, subscript out of range.

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Try ONE cable and ONE  CONTROLLER

  one controller and only one cable at a time. if you get a working controller & cable, ONLY switch the cable, to another one, try again, keep testing ONLY THE CABLES (one at a time), with the same controller.... TRUST ME, THERE IS A REASON I AM GOING THIS ROUTE.

I am going to guess that you have a bad cable.

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54 minutes ago, a31ford said:

Try ONE cable and ONE  CONTROLLER

  one controller and only one cable at a time. if you get a working controller & cable, ONLY switch the cable, to another one, try again, keep testing ONLY THE CABLES (one at a time), with the same controller.... TRUST ME, THERE IS A REASON I AM GOING THIS ROUTE.

I am going to guess that you have a bad cable.

Agree; Bad Cable or bad connector.  same result: No connection

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