What PC software to you recommend for using the Powerfile 200S? Searching the web, I see Cumulus and MediaFinder mentioned, but I am having trouble locating the software. The MediaFinder server is down.
I have Nero7. Will this allow me to search my disc library on the Powerfile R200S?
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I tried the software that came with the National Geographic weather station 265NC but found it not what I wanted for history data. I downloaded Cumulus software from Sandaysoft.com I have used it since 2009 and have had no problems. When setting up the station on the software use Fine Offset as a menu selector for type of station as that worked for me.
I have access to myPersonal Weather Station on my phone with 2 widgets: 1. Cumulus Realtime. Requires a PWS compatible with Cumulus software (free forWindows) and your own website for Cumulus to upload the data. The widgetaccesses the website to get readings at predefined intervals. 2. PWS Time and Weather. Requires a PWS and software such as Cumulus to uploadyour data to Weather Underground (Wunderground), which the widget accesses.
You have two options: 1. You can open port using router's web interface. Check what ports used your software, what protocol TCP/UDP then go to web interface's virtual server and add new user's rule. Then you have to save and reboot router. Every time your PC IP changed (static IP recommended) or program you using changed port number you have to do web interface operation again. 2. Download and install Router Commander (fully compatible with your router) and that's all. The software will forward ports automatically.
Yes, PowerFile is officially out of business and their assets have been sold to a foreign company that has no plans to support the install base or continue with the product. Kodak was their support provider and may be able to help you for an additional fee.
If your pc is still up and running, I would recommend restoring it to a day or two prior to installing the new software. Select Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Restore. Follow the instruction and this should get you going again. I would recommend a reputable software to clean your pc like Norton or McAfee.