I turned surround off, same thing. Monitors do not switch to eco if fanalab is running, without as expected.
@Anthony joulin i have V3s connected to USB
I think we can stop here ? Don't see a solution and its only a minor problem.
Thanks Anthony, I also have T-LCM pedals and my screens had recently started to not turn off according to the power settings. I had recently updated my CSL-DD firmware and Fanalabs but did not associate this until reading your comment.
Closing Fanalabs 1.63 has fixed this for me. I believe I am not using any of the Fanalabs features so I will just disable it from starting with Windows.
Have you tried disabling the autostart and running Fanalab manually after some time when the system is fully loaded? Sometimes programs conflict with each other due to launch order. If manual start does the trick you could use Autostart Organizer e.g. to postpone autostart of Fanalab by let's say 60secs so the load order is correct.
PLeased that it helps ! I hope any Fanalab update will consider this issue.... At this time I can't use autostart feature and have to close it after playtime to get screens sleep mode while away from PC 😕
just found that If fanalab doesn't connect to the running base and wheel (which happens from time to time, coldboot, sleep mode) ) the energy mode is working. BUt i cannot reproduce that behaviour if i turn off the base.
fanalab has not stopped working in the last few days
the logo is only displayed for a few seconds.
REINSTALLATION CANNOT HELP, OR ON A FRESH WINDOWS INSTALLATION.
my question is anyone working on solving the problem?
New FanaLab version 1.64.5 available
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