Refresh on Windows 8

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Refresh on Windows 8

Postby tetiferr » 2013-12-10 18:29

Hello,
I'm pretty confused ...
I created a file that SC works fine if the viewer is on windows 7.

The the viewer version that I was using was 1.1.9.3.
I installed the same version on windows 8.1 but the screen refresh was very slow (but magically everything worked fine if at the same time I opened a RDP session to the computer excecuting the SC file .

I then downloaded and installed version 1.1.9.6 (for windows 8_ ) .. and I run the viewer on .\installer64 ... but nothing has changed.
I read something in the forum on "install w8hook64.dll" (my PC is 64-bit), and that this could be the solution to my problem.

But how do It ?
I moved the files in the folder installer64 mo did not change anything.

Can you help?
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Re: Refresh on Windows 8

Postby Rudi De Vos » 2013-12-10 21:47

Viewer is independed of OS version.
Running a viewer on XP or win8 should not make any difference, a viewer is like a avi player.

SC ?
SC is a seperated version, you build online.
For SC you best use the viewer what can be donwloaded on the SC page.

I'm confused about what you are trying.
viewer:
This is a single exe, vncviewer.exe it doesn't use any hook or drivers.
Server:
The server winvnc.exe that capture the image use w8hook vnchook in combination with screen polling.

works fine ? or not fine ?
I'm sorry, but i have no clue what's working or not.
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Re: Refresh on Windows 8

Postby tetiferr » 2013-12-11 19:12

Thanks for the replies,
now I understand what driver w8hook is ...

However , I have this situation:
a server (SC)
a Distributer
and a client (viewer)

When the viewer run on windows 8, the refresh is very slow (20/30 sec) but on windows 7 works well.

I hope now that I have explained it well.

Thanks
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Re: Refresh on Windows 8

Postby Rudi De Vos » 2013-12-11 21:13

I don't see any speed difference between a xp -vista-win7 win8 OS that is running a viewer.
The viewer speed just doesn't depend on the OS you run it on. It depend on the network and cpu.

Can anybody else confirm a win7-win8 speed difference for the viewer ?

Could it that a win8 is on wifi ?
What's the encoder use by both viewers?
Press (!) button to see the encoder that's used.
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Re: Refresh on Windows 8

Postby tetiferr » 2013-12-16 14:34

Rudi De Vos wrote:I don't see any speed difference between a xp -vista-win7 win8 OS that is running a viewer.
The viewer speed just doesn't depend on the OS you run it on. It depend on the network and cpu.

Can anybody else confirm a win7-win8 speed difference for the viewer ?

Could it that a win8 is on wifi ?
What's the encoder use by both viewers?
Press (!) button to see the encoder that's used.


Thanks for the reply,
of course I did the test in the same conditions: the same hardware (only 1 pc is used) run on WIndows 8.1 and Windows 7 as client UltraVncViewer.


The two tests are made on the local network and then in a few minutes under the same conditions.
For the client seems that the " ViewOnly mode" is actived but the server's user see move the mouse pointer and click / double-click.

Only after 20/30 seconds, the client screen is refreshced..
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Re: Refresh on Windows 8

Postby tetiferr » 2013-12-27 13:50

No Answer: I have to give up hope?
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