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KD9IXD

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Hi all,
I'm working on programming some TK-5220 radios and I'm able to read them in, but not write because:
1.) No .net file
2.) No system keys

When I read the radio, I can't save "all files" or anything else to create a new .net file. I can't load system keys (the option under Setup is grayed out) and I can't create a new .net file. When I try to create a new .net file, the current codeplug closes (as expected) but I'm unable to load system keys and/or edit the network information and/or save it as a .net file.

This isn't an issue for other software versions, like KPG-95DGN.

Any ideas? I'm going crazy!
I'm using the latest version (2.33).
 

kd4efm

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generate a new system key to your FPU license. Then it will work.
 

n9upc

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Hi all,
I'm working on programming some TK-5220 radios and I'm able to read them in, but not write because:
1.) No .net file
2.) No system keys

When I read the radio, I can't save "all files" or anything else to create a new .net file. I can't load system keys (the option under Setup is grayed out) and I can't create a new .net file. When I try to create a new .net file, the current codeplug closes (as expected) but I'm unable to load system keys and/or edit the network information and/or save it as a .net file.

This isn't an issue for other software versions, like KPG-95DGN.

Any ideas? I'm going crazy!
I'm using the latest version (2.33).
If you are programming for WISCOM and authorized they should be able to give you the .NET files.

Just be careful as these have not performed well for us in Trunking (if that is what you are using).
 
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