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KG-UV Commander csv import problem

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Hi All. I searched the forums for an answer for this problem though didn't find anything. The issue I'm having is when I try to import a csv file into KG-UX Commander, I get this error...

"Error. the CSV file you are attempting to import does not contain a valid header for KG-UV Commander! Without a valid header, the CSV file cannot be imported".

I have looked at the export file of KG-UV Commander and can see the 10 headers listed.."Name..RX Freq.." and such. I've set up those identical headers on my CSV file, and removed the extra columns, so I just end up with 10 columns named with the same 10 headers in teh Commander file. There are no spelling errors.

Has anyone had a similar issue with this software?

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Dumb question - what is KG-UV Commander? Never heard of it....what radio(s) is it supposed to work with?

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I think he's trying to use jim's yaesu commander download for a wouxun radio? Lol, that's not happening! :(

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I think you nailed it- I didn't know Jim had developed software for the Wouxon radios. I'll have this thread moved to the amateur radio section....Mike
 
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That program was written by Jim Mitchell, KC8UNJ for the Wouxun radios. Not having done any importing or exporting, I can't answer the question. You might try asking Mr. Mitchell.
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That program was written by Jim Mitchell, KC8UNJ for the Wouxun radios. Not having done any importing or exporting, I can't answer the question. You might try asking Mr. Mitchell.
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Ok, maybe I stand corrected? I didn't know he wrote a program for the wouxun radios, I guess you learn something new every day,lol.
Interesting...

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That program was written by Jim Mitchell, KC8UNJ for the Wouxun radios. Not having done any importing or exporting, I can't answer the question. You might try asking Mr. Mitchell.
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Thanks for the replies. I will ask Mr. Mitchell. I do feel awkward asking the author for support on "free" software, though I bet he will respond!

I'm just working on my ticket now, though I've received some great help along the way.

thanks
 
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