Where did you find an older version of the Status Meter? I have a 32 bit machine that I'm not hot on updating just yet and after deleting my current copy I discovered that the only versions available are 6.X. I'd greately appreciate a link.
I tried everything, even istalling an old version. Nothing helped. Could this problem be because my computer is an older x32 win7?
I have versions 6.5.2, 6.5.3 and 6.6.0 at dropbox. Let me know if you want one of them and I'll post a link.
Version 6.5.2 shows the green/blue ring and the amount of data in the taskbar, but nothing when you open it. Blank screen. No Video Data Saver. No Usage History.
Version 6.5.3 works in every way, save for no tokens showing when clicking on Purchase Tokens and no Video Data Saver tab. I like the percentage bars at the bottom.
Version 6.6.0 works in every way, save for no tokens showing when clciking on Purchase Tokens. Video data saver tab IS there and it works. Percentage bars gone.
This is with Windows 10 Pro 64 bit.
Yes, I tried all versions of 6.X and I even found a site that had all the versions back to 2.X but since the download none of those will work but thank you for the offer. I'll have to try to get 6.6 to work on my Win 10 machine. That's not cooperating.
Was there an update to the modem software/firmware last night, 9/21? I can understand lossing the status meter on my XP machine but it also quit working on a Win 10 Pro 64bit. I went to the System Control center and it looks quite different. I am not very familiar with Win 10 but I figured I could just delete the non-working meter and download the 6.5 which presents the option to upgrade to 6.6 which I did. I let it make changes and placed the short cut on the task bar. When it's clicked, I get the "Do you want to allow this app..." warning. It then goes to 'Installing' screen and a notice the the meter is already running. Close the running one to continue install. When complete I click finish which launches the meter and presents a graphic telling me an update is available from 6.5 to 6.6 and the whole process starts again. I know I'm not going to exceed my data this evening so I'm quiting on it for the night. I'll look in tomorrow to see if there's any advice. This is kinda why I'm still using a machine with XP. I know it! Thanks.
FINALLY!! Yes, Corrosive's solution worked for me; I haven't had the meter for MONTHS now and contacting HughesNet several time was useless. They couldn't figue it out, but I did was Corrosive said to do and I finally have the meter back, many thanks.