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ht1250 programming issues

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paramedicbob

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I have a uhf ht150 have cps 406.06 and r06.11.05 I am using a ribless usb connection my computer in cps will only let me select com3 as a port.... i have tried using a computer with xp but it only gives me com1.

It will not read

It will not write from a sample file....

The last version used to program was r06.04.00
 

bezking

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06.11.05 should read a file from 06.06 just fine... What error message do you receive? The COM ports are a nonissue, the CPS is "smart" enough not to let you select a nonexistent com port. Are there any errors shown on the radio before, during, or after programming? Are you using a Motorola original cable?
 
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