Hey all worked on this all day and can’t figure it out.
I have a small touch screen I gave to a developer friend of mine to get up and running. I was working under Windows 7 Ultimate and the HID touch drivers for Windows worked like magic!
My friend on the other had is having some difficulties… Just spent all day over here today trying to figure it out. Here is what I’ve tried so far…
-- Have newest Version 2 HID Windows 7 Drivers - Used admin privileges to install everything without any problems. I’m running both the Windows 7 console .exe to handing the services.
-- Running CCV 1.3 - have the screen calibrated and ready to rock. Saved settings…
-- Set CCV to local host 127.0.0.1 port 3333—the default for the console exe’s listed above.
Nothing comes through - reinstalled everything moving everything via a cut & paste into the program files directory. Still nothing again.
I started to wonder if the setup is right and perhaps the port is blocked. —When I have CVV open and broadcasting to local host I open up a port sniffer and it didn’t find any open connect to CVV.
When I try to ping local host 127.0.0.1 it works when I try to ping 127.0.0.1:3333 it fails - says it can’t find the host.
When I go to local host in browser I get IICs - which looks to be a webserver that my buddy is using to develop on.
When broadcasting the touch data from CCV - I ran net stat and didn’t see any connections to the host?
CVV is added to Windows Fire Wall. I found it listed like 5 times?
The computer’s firewall has been completely taken down. Still nothing.
When we change the IP of the computer and check the router log we don’t see any of the requests hitting the log from 192.xxx.xxx.139 to 3333?
Not sure what else to do but much thanks for taking a look at this!