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Windows 10 1809 Update Issue

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Seungjin Lee, Oct 8, 2018.

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  1. Kneelo Baguio

    Kneelo Baguio New Member

    Hello Seungjin! My temporary license extension has already expired yesterday. I will just buy a full extension now, but is the new version ready for release already? Please advise. Thanks!
  2. Wallace Winfrey

    Wallace Winfrey New Member

    Any word on an update? It's been broken for 6+ months now
  3. Jimmy_Jones

    Jimmy_Jones New Member

    Also very interested in an updated version before I purchase a license. The mouse input lag is terrible at the moment.
  4. Kneelo Baguio

    Kneelo Baguio New Member

    Hello Seungjin! Any update on the new version? It's been quite some time now since your targeted release of the new version. Please advise. Thanks!
  5. Seungjin Lee

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  6. Cop

    Cop New Member

    Hello Seungjin!

    my company rolled-out Win10 update 1809. I was using Across 1.30 and thought I am not affected by this issue.
    Unfortunately, I realized as long the Service "AcrossServ" C:\Program Files\Clixon\Across\AcrossService.exe started, my Intel BT device goes down and get an exclamation mark in Device Manager.
    If i set the startup-type of "AcrossServ" to deactivated, BT device works properly.

    What can I do to get this fixed?
    -reinstall 1.30 under Win10 b1809? If yes, is the "License deactivation" needed?
    - wait for the next official version after v2-beta4-RC3 bug fixing phase will be solved? If yes, how long (days, weeks)?
    Please advise!


    PS. My BT device is: Intel(R) Wireless Bluetooth(R) "VID_8087 PID_0A2B" on my HPE Elitebook 850 G5 with the "Intel Bluetooth Universal driver for Windows 10 build 1809 and later v. (HPE driver package: sp92638.exe)"
  7. Seungjin Lee

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