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Pro-2096/Win96 online user's guide and trial limitations

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subclavius

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Is there a third-party site that covers the Pro-2096 like the "Easier to Read BR330T/
BCD396T/UBCD396T Scanner Manual" from marsscanners? Between that site and ARC396, my first digital scanner, a Uniden 396, was screaming through the frequencies in just a couple days. But I recently purchased a Pro-2096 and although I can operate it fine, I can't figure out how to get more than 500 frequencies in it (50 frequencies X 10 channels). Is that a limit of the trail version of Win96?

If there are any sites that detail programming the Pro-2096 with Win96, that would be nice as well, as I didn't get much out of Win96's help files.

And just in case anyone is wondering, no, I don't want to trade the 2096. Not until I can see what it can do.

Thanks.
 

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thats all the frequencies 2096 will hold, unless you use The Vscanner folders
 

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subclavius said:
. . . Is that a limit of the trail version of Win96? . . .
My understanding is that the "trial" version of Win96 is uncrippled other than the thirty day trial limit.
 

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1 more thing you can open up the MIlair band, but on some pro 96's are deaf on that band.. mine is
 
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