I am using a 2021 GEM45G mount controlled with the ASIair Pro. While initially this mount wasn't supported by the ASIair Pro, there was a workaround available in that one would select the CEM120 mount which used a similar driver as the GEM45. After having figured this out, I could use the Goto of the ASIair Pro to slew to my targets. As of the latest update of the ASIair Pro (1.7), the GEM45 is officially supported and I had used it successfully several times, meaning Goto has worked without an issue.
A week or so ago the problems started though. For some reason, the Goto doesn't lock in the correct RA of the object I am trying to photography. It finds the DEC without issue however always wants to increase the RA no matter what, meaning the Goto does only move the mount clockwise. It actually just wants to rotate fully around the RA axis, and would crash into the mount unless I stop it. It doesn't matter how close to the target I am, the Goto would control the mount to pass through the object and slews away from it again. Switching back to the CEM120 mount instead also gives me the same problem.
I checked and my local coordinates are correct, time is set correctly (as is DST), GPS of the mount is working, it knows I am in the Northern Hemisphere but still there seems to be something off with the internal setting of the ASIAir Pro. Even as the Goto was working last time, it would incorrectly identify some objects as being below the horizon, although they were clearly visible. It would not go to Jupiter (saying it was under the horizon), but would move correctly to Saturn (which at the moment is close to Jupiter). This drives me a bit nuts, as the problem I am having seems inconsistent. Some objects the Goto would work for, others don't, and now it doesn't want to stop at the correct RA while still finding the correct DEC without any issues.
Any suggestions on what to try from your collective wisdom would be much appreciated!