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Standard User AliceTrout
(newbie) Mon 05-May-14 17:57:35
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Windows 8 on Asus Transformer


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'disable TCP/UDP monitoring' is not a menu option on this machine (my other PCs do have it). Nothing therefore seems to be recording on the Asus. Any idea anyone?
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Mon 05-May-14 18:45:32
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Re: Windows 8 on Asus Transformer


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It is not available because the newer versions automatically disable the packet sniffing mode and you need to check which connections are being monitored in the network connections menu of tbbmeter

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Standard User AliceTrout
(newbie) Mon 05-May-14 19:59:00
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Re: Windows 8 on Asus Transformer


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All connection check boxes were unchecked. Checked them all, but still no activity being logged?


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Standard User AliceTrout
(newbie) Tue 06-May-14 16:02:08
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Re: Windows 8 on Asus Transformer


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Have seen previous posts re Win 8 and wonder if any successful users could give me any pointers? I've tried checking the option boxes etc in the network connections options in tbbMeter, but this is not improving matters frown
Standard User AliceTrout
(newbie) Wed 14-May-14 16:37:24
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Re: Windows 8 on Asus Transformer


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I don't know whether it was me missing something (suspect it was, I miss a lot these days!), but all my machines, including Win8, are all ticking away with tbbMeter. Great tool.

Edited by AliceTrout (Wed 14-May-14 16:46:06)

Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Wed 14-May-14 16:39:18
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Re: Windows 8 on Asus Transformer


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Interesting, well we have not updated anything, maybe a glitch in a Windows update that got fixed in a subsequent update.

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