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Post time 2020-7-22 02:21:02 | Show all posts |Read mode
Hello everyone. One thing bothers me on the new DPO6084B oscilloscope. Namely, I flashed a new fw with the modification date 2020.06.30, which I downloaded from the Hantek official website. The only thing, for now, that I fail to program is the date and time. Sounds ridiculous, but really, when I change the settings the date is always 2020.01.01. I don't know how to memorize a new date and time. Other settings can be stored in the internal memory and called whenever needed. I tried over the keys and over the touch screen and everything that came to my mind but I failed. there are some non user friendly tables for changing the time and date when working via the touch screen but I doubt that Mr.Spock with his logic would be able to solve this. Does anyone know how to fix this on the new fw?
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Post time 2020-7-24 16:59:48 | Show all posts



Can time go normally?

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 Author| Post time 2020-7-24 23:27:43 | Show all posts
Ok, this is what i did from begining...I have flashed latest firmware from DPO/DSO6004B/C series from product web page because DPO froze once after i received it brand new ten days ago so i thought i need latest firmware. Before latest flashing i was able to change numbers of year,months,days, hour on lower right corner of screen. But now i just cannot find a way to program hour,date to be saved and running. I have tryed everything but at lower right corner of the screen numbers does not change. Always remain at 2000/01/01 and hour and minutes are starting to count from zero after every power up. I can store and recall other setup data in inner memory normaly.

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 Author| Post time 2020-7-26 19:43:53 | Show all posts
Small update:
DPO came with initial date 2018/01/01 on screen. And I could change actual date anytime. After flashing, it stuck on 2000/01/01 and on touch screen table for changing date and hour - year is starting from 2018. There is no option for year 2000. Year 2000 is visible and starting point only from "utility" & "F" keys Menu.

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Post time 2020-7-29 12:05:28 | Show all posts
Sanjin1103 replied at 2020-7-26 19:43
Small update:
DPO came with initial date 2018/01/01 on screen. And I could change actual date anytim ...

Please share the system information to us: Utility-> System Info.

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 Author| Post time 2020-7-29 14:44:34 | Show all posts
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Post time 2020-7-29 15:44:38 | Show all posts

Maybe the battery is dead, you can try to replace the button battery on the mainboard.

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 Author| Post time 2020-7-29 15:57:03 | Show all posts
The first firmware was the same? 2.0.0.1. That i remember.
But I could not figure out what is the latest firmware version because it is labeled: "dso6kb_func_200618.upk" and I am not shure that i saw that was same date 200618 on system info before upgrading. Previous firmware started with2018/01/01 date , after upgrade- 2000/01/01 and it stuck.

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 Author| Post time 2020-7-29 17:56:34 | Show all posts
Replaced CR2032 battery. It was dead, 0.17V only. But again, I cannot adjust date,time, Running time is keept in memory on next power up. I suppose, fw flashing with dead battery caused some mess in flash chip: when i tryed to reflash few times after problem arise, flashing goes until 88% and DPO reboted and worked normaly except date, time problem. I flashed once again with new batery and flashing goes through 57% and then rebooted. DPO is functioning, show elapsed time, but I am unable to change date,time.

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 Author| Post time 2020-7-29 20:11:12 | Show all posts
To clarify: Minutes running when powered off. So I think internal clock hardware is ok.
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