Problems to send data thought the sora kit - i7-2600 and MB is DELL 06D7TR RRS feed

  • Question

  • I facing similar problems. I run the hwveri.exe and have the same error of this post : 


    I think the solution is to change the motherboard suggested by this 


    I want to know if there is a way to make Sora to work with this motherboard. 

    I make another test using the UMXDRab and received similar error


     Operation mode:          Client Mode | Channel freq 1000MHz

     Association State: No association

     SSID:                       | Bssid: B6-DB-71-64-51-75

     RxGain: 32dB (2000, 1000)   | Energy max          0   | Auto 0

     Gain ctrl state 1         | goodBeaconCnt 0

     Data rate: 6000Kbps

     Frame received      0 | Frame sent      0 | Beacon received      0

     Interference      0   | Lost pkt      0

     Last MAC Src 00-00-00-00-00-00 Dst 00-00-00-00-00-00

     Last MAC Bssid 00-00-00-00-00-00

     Last received rate    0Kbps

     OFDM errors: sync error 0 invalid signal field 0 crc32 error 0


     Press 'a'     - toggle auto configuration

     Press '[' ']' - adjust the sending rate

     Press '+' '-' - adjust the rx gain

     Press 'c'     - associate to AP

     Press 'p'     - toggle Client mode or Adhoc mode

     Press 'X', 'x' or Ctrl-C to exit the program


    SoraURadioTransferEx hr: [0x80050003]

     I crete a HWinfo32 report about my motherboard and  give more info

      Motherboard Model:                      DELL 06D7TR
      Motherboard Chipset:                    Intel Q67 (Cougar Point) [B2]
      Motherboard Slots:                      1xPCI, 2xPCI Express x1, 1xPCI Express x4, 2xPCI Express x16
      PCI Express Version Supported:          v2.0
      USB Version Supported:                  v2.0

    • Changed type Isamubr Tuesday, August 21, 2012 3:44 PM
    Friday, August 17, 2012 11:27 PM


  • Hi,

    I should say sorry because it's not possible for us to test all the motherboards, therefore compatibility problem is always possible.

    The chipset and CPU works for Sora in some system, but your motherboard may be the source of the problem. my suggestion:

    (1) try another PCIe slot if you have no done so.

    (2) try another motherboard, ASUS boards are recommended.


    Sunday, August 26, 2012 8:00 PM