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Help with savng code plug files from an HT-1000 RSS programming system

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firemedic78

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Hello all, I need some help(AGAIN, LOL). I can't get my RSS program to save any code plugs. Every time I program a radio, and hit the correct function button for save file, I type in the name I was the saved file called, and I always get the same error message...and I can't remember in with way, either "path file not found, or " file path not found". Either way, I am not able to save my code plugs....and I have many different radios I program, and they aren't all for the same Dept. so I would like to be able to save a file for one of each. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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Go into the settings for the rss. It will have a "file path" option. Set it to just "/" and see if that works.


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AND in DOS format, 12345678.bat
So, if I am understanding this correctly, and you will have to excuse me...I am not DOS savvy, but if I am understanding this correctly, I need to save it starting with the / button, then use a file name up to 8 characters? Again, I apologize, I am not that savvy with DOS stuff as far as the technical terms, but just start the file with the backslash icon and then continue with the name I want to call it, up to 8 characters?

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When you first open rss one of the function keys opens settings. In settings is a setting for "file save path" or something like that. In that field enter "/" without quotes. Then back out of that menu and go to save your code plug. It will ask you for a file name. It needs to be something like "ht1000.cpg"


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