@dameo182 – What matters is we are making progress! We have the driver situation somewhat defined if not fixed.
Now, with DATS, you can also have one of two models, G or H. Under Edit, then preferences inside of the DATS program drop down menus, you have at the bottom the Hardware Version. Please select which one for your device. Mine is an H, seen with the screws on the side and the letter H painted on the bottom corner on the underside of the chassis. Selecting the wrong version can cause incorrect readings as well.
Just wanted to mention that for when you start back up tomorrow. Always good to run down the checklist of settings.
Take care and rest easy! If you have a multimeter, you should try reading the resistance on that as a sanity check. If your multimeter is accurate and the resistance reading is the same as the DATS is getting (within a reasonable margin), then the resistor in the DATS is off and it doesn’t matter. Always good to come up with sanity checks as well.