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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by demerrill View Post
    I got a "This unsafe software was blocked by Smartscreen Filter" message when I tried running the *.exe install file on Windows 7/64.

    Previous version of FSWizard ran but required a Ctrl-Alt-Del to Task Manager to close it down on this machine.

    David Merrill
    I am aware of this issue.
    I am using encryption software to protect my code, and 2 or 3 out of 50 anti-viruses come false positive when they see an encrypted exe file.

    I am going to try to address this issue in next update.
    But its also possible i will have to leave it like that.

    Also SmartScreen by Microsoft is checking whether my software is signed or not.
    I can not help with that as a will not spend any time and money getting recognized by MS
    In the mean time you could allow the software to run and it will not bother you again.

    HSMAdvisor does not connect to the internet and i assure you i check it before every release, so it is 100 malware free.
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    "In the mean time you could allow the software to run and it will not bother you again."

    Done; and HSMAdvisor installed, ran, and shut down normally. In my Windows 7/64, I finally found an override to MS SmartScreen Filter under the 'Tools' icon, then 'Safety' then 'Turn off SmartScreen Filter'; similar procedure to reset it.

    David Merrill

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    well, thats what was on the screen, when i did the download. its for mild steel and i think its just too fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dian View Post
    well, thats what was on the screen, when i did the download. its for mild steel and i think its just too fast.
    I dont have info at hand but this is info for drilling with HSS
    http://www.jmmachineinc.com/products_tips_sfhhs.htm
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    Zero,
    Did you get my PM the other day ?
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    Sir John , Earl of Bligeport & Sudspumpwater. MBE [ Motor Bike Engineer ] Nottingham England.




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    Quote Originally Posted by John Stevenson View Post
    Zero,
    Did you get my PM the other day ?
    Yes. I have received it.
    I however feel obligated to put together an answer at least as big as your message.
    So i have been waiting for a perfect moment to sit down, think about it and then write you a reply.
    Not that i totally disagree with your suggestions, but i have my reasoning behind it.
    I will try to explain my point of view tonight.... I hope.

    Talk to you later.
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    I have just uploaded another update to HSMAdvisor.
    Its version 0.018.
    Aside for numerous little fixes there is a new addition- machine profiles with full power curve compensation. You can actually build a graph representing rpm and actual hp/torque.
    Take it for a spin guys.
    Feedback is welcome.
    Link to download is in my signature.
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