In cannot be RAM limitations, because NT would simply shut down.
So what comes to my mind is - a CPU limitation, if two many data is processed at the same time Do you run any market analyzer or a complex indicator, which could interfere with the data processing?
Did you try to monitor CPU load during such an event via the Process Explorer or similar? It looked just like it did before reloading historical data, then about 3 or 4 minutes later - bam, bam, bam, bam - more & more bars started appearing, in rapid succession - almost as though Ninja had frozen at pm.
The chart shows that these ticks were not displayed on the chart.
The question is, what does prevent Ninja Trader from processing the ticks correctly, which it received from TWS, because bid and ask data is displayed on the chart trader.
Just wondering if the Filter bad ticks option might be causing an issue?
Thanks Jeff I am responding because I use Ninja Trader with TWS. The bid/ask shows that Ninja Trader was still correctly connected and registered the ticks.
but 5 out of the 9 charts have not updated since Friday. the market closes at the close of the US session on friday and opens on the open of the asian session on sunday.
I could understand if I was having a connection issue, but why would some charts be updating and others not? this might be why your charts havent updated since friday. I tried to uninstall and re-install the program, I tried to log in with another account.Nothing seems to be working at the moment, It's been about 5 hours and still no luck! :) Sorry if this is the wrong section of the forum to post this in.if they still dont update today, then i have no clue whats wrong with your pc. If it is switching at 8pm Eastern your broker has a GMT server. MT4 usually starts updating Sunday night at 5pm eastern time. I have charts running for 9 different pairs in MT4.