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Old 04-14-2018, 9:24 PM
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Bob I am missing something having trouble buying 2nd lic for PC 3 and 4 says user name taken.
If you can chose a different Reg Name for each purchase. I can upon request, merge each purchase into a single purchase with one Reg Name..
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Old 04-15-2018, 7:36 AM
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If you can chose a different Reg Name for each purchase. I can upon request, merge each purchase into a single purchase with one Reg Name..
Bob did this for my two licenses and all it well!
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Should the Baud Rate in Device Manager for the Uniden Serial Port be set to match the scannerís & Proscanís baud rates?

At present, both the scanner and Proscan are set at 115,200 but Device Manager Shows that the Uniden Serial Portís baud rate is set to 9600. It can be set to 115,200 too.
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Should the Baud Rate in Device Manager for the Uniden Serial Port be set to match the scannerís & Proscanís baud rates?

At present, both the scanner and Proscan are set at 115,200 but Device Manager Shows that the Uniden Serial Portís baud rate is set to 9600. It can be set to 115,200 too.
In all my years, I've never had to change the baud rate in device manager.
I think it may have mattered in old Win 3 or 3.11.
I'm not even sure what the device manager baud rate setting does in modern day windows unless it is a compatibility thing maybe.

I have a dozen or so instances of ProScan running and just setting the radios baud and proscan so they match was all I ever needed to do.
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Should the Baud Rate in Device Manager for the Uniden Serial Port be set to match the scanner’s & Proscan’s baud rates?

At present, both the scanner and Proscan are set at 115,200 but Device Manager Shows that the Uniden Serial Port’s baud rate is set to 9600. It can be set to 115,200 too.
The Device Manager Port Settings baud rate doesn't matter. That's for legacy Modems.
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Thanks for the help guys, I will not change it.
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