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    Hello, so I just updated the MyQ Plugin to version 1.1.17301.270 this morning, and I kept getting the "WARNING: Failed getting InterfaceStatus from MyQ - the interface was not found in the list of active interfaces, the list may need to be refreshed."

    Usually I just would have to wait, or disable and re-enable a plugin and it would be just fine. This time, the warning persisted, so I checked the log and saw this error:
    "Starting plug-in exe process: The specified executable is not a valid application for this OS platform."

    Now, I know I'm running a pretty ancient machine with 32-bit WinXP, but this is a first for me. I probably shouldn't have even updated since I wasn't having any of the recent issues. I have completely restarted HS3 and the machine itself, but no luck. Can I re-install the old version somehow? Do I finally need to plunk down the $$ to replace the computer? Help!

    Thanks in advance,
    -LxMeister

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    SYSTEM PROFILE
    Current Date/Time: 11/15/2017 11:39:55 AM
    HomeSeer Version: HS3 Standard Edition 3.0.0.368
    Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Professional - Work Station
    System Uptime: 0 Days 0 Hours 51 Minutes 34 Seconds
    IP Address: 192.168.86.50
    Number of Devices: 221
    Number of Events: 229
    Available Threads: 100

    Enabled Plug-Ins
    1.2.0.0: Device History
    0.0.0.26: drhsIpPlugIn
    3.0.0.40: EasyTrigger
    1.1.17301.270: MyQ
    3.0.0.14: NetCAM
    3.0.1.130: Z-Wave

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    So you're on 32-bit XP eh? Ummm... let me see if I can recompile it to work on that. It will take me a bit, I'll build a lab virtual machine to try it on.

    Also check what .net framework you have installed, I know with the latest releases I moved to .net 4.6 framework. See if installing .net 4.6 would help.

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    • #3
      Well, it certainly seems like this might be another nail in the coffin for this old machine... It appears that I have .Net version 4.0.30319, and a cursory Google search would suggest that was the last version supported on XP. Don't worry about trying to re-compile and creating a virtual machine, I expect it not to work. Is it possible to install an old version of the Plugin? I'm guessing not.

      Oh well. I guess I should start searching the forums for a new small computer... something along the lines of an Intel NUC that'll at least run Win7. I've been meaning to do it for awhile anyway.

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