Tag Archives: IEC

IECHost GUI client version 3.1 released

Version 3.0 of the IECHost GUI client is now available within my Software page.

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IECHost GUI client 3.1 release candidate available for testing

I managed to finish the implementation of a number of features in version 3.1 of the IECHost GUI client, so I am providing a release candidate version for testing, which is the baseline for the version I will be publishing … Continue reading

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More changes in progress for the IECHost GUI client

I had previously made a video of one of the special dumping modes that I added to version 3.0 of the IECHost GUI client: As I had anticipated back then, I am working at the optimization of the process, which … Continue reading

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History64

A while back I provided the guys at History64 with a dozen IECHost DIY kits, at production cost. They’ve now assembled them all and are going to make them available to users! If you would like an IECHost for a … Continue reading

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IECHost GUI client testing

I had previously commented on the fact that using the sector dumping mechanism for a series of sectors was significantly slower under Windows, compared to Linux. Well, this evening I have been experimenting a bit with communication timeouts and I … Continue reading

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IECHost GUI client version 3.0 released

Version 3.0 of the IECHost GUI client is now available within my Software page. Be reminded that this version too requires a firmware update in order to deal with the changes to a few commands. Again, a video that illustrates how to do … Continue reading

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IECHost client 3.0-rc3 being tested

Although I haven’t looked at the communication overhead for Windows when compared to Linux, as per my previous post on this subject, I have been working a lot on even more new features and doing research for the IECHost GUI … Continue reading

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