I have been getting consistent failure during plate solve. My mount is a CGX and I am connecting to it with the CPWI software/interface. I recently put a new hard drive in the computer and installed the latest version of SGP, and went from using Windows 7 to Windows 10. I also created a new profile with a different scope, and as far as I can tell I did it correctly. The mount is pointing accurately to targets, but when plate solving begins the mount keeps over slewing in the RA axis and never gets closer than about 180 pixels. It gets within a few pixels in the Dec axis, but keeps failing in RA. I have the tolerance set for 50 pixels, and 5 attempts. It worked fine before I made the changes, and I’m using the same settings except for the change of focal length. Have tried mount behavior in sync, as well as target offset. No relief there. All other functions are working fine. Help! Thanks.
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Thank you for your response. Will do.
Here is a file with relevant logs (I hope they are the relevant ones!)
Your help is very appreciated.
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