Jimmy Celestron 1100 CPC f/10 SCT Celestron 150mm f/8 Refractor on CG-5 mount Celestron 130mm f/5 Newtonian on Lxd55 mount Orion 120mm f/5 Refractor Meade 80mm f/11 Refractor Orion Short Tube 80mm f/5 Refractor Lunt 60mm double stack on IOptron Coronado PST double stack on IOptron mount Mallincam Xtreme, Mallincam SSI, Samsung 2000, Celestron Skyris & Meade DSI II color cameras
Redbird is a nic from my flying days guess always wanted to be close to stars.....so way not astromoy. Celestron 130EQ-md, Orion SkyView Pro 8, Meade LXD75 Mount
Celestron CG-5⁴, CGEM², C6-N, C6, C8, Nexstar 8SE, 6SE, ONYX 80 EDF, Orion ST 80 A Vixen R130SF w/Porta II mount William Optics ZS110 ED APO, FLT 132 Triplet APO, SV70 ED SV115T20 Wicháhpih'a
Modded C9.25, Vixen SP retrofitted with DS motors and Autostar My pics Stars light the world without, to give us purpose They light us within to give us reason We live in a well-lit abyss.
Quote:Jim,I am going to describe the official/sanctioned method on cascading the USB active repeaters. Such arrangement will work on all use cases, including USB2.0 high-speed (480Mbps) isochronous mode (the most challenging mode, used in few astroCCDimagers and few USB video capture dongles). Total length is 5m x 5 = 25 meters (about 75-80').See this CN post.There are other solutions which may work in some limited cases.Clear Skies!ccs_hello
http://www.astrobin.com/users/budman1961/ Meade LX3 8" OTA/IEQ45 Mallincam HyperPlus Color, QHY5L-II Mono Orion Mini Finder/Guider
Quote:The limit of 5 linked repeater cables worked without problems on my Win XP system but failed when switching to a new system with Win 7. The newer OS counts hubs differently and requires USB devices to be located no more than 4 cascaded hubs away from the computer.
Quote:I suspect it's your PC hardware issue, not caused by Win7. Please see the attached picture.