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MagOne BRP40 and failure of CP200 CPS

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I recently installed the MagOne CPS R02.03 to program a MagOne BPR40. I successfully programmed the MagOne BPR40 however now I am trying to program some other radios including a Motorola CP200 and Motorola P1225 radio using the correct versions of CPS. I have successfully programmed these radios before. However I am not unable to do so. Is it just coincidence or is there a known issue with the MagOne CPS R02.03 causing issues with other Motorola CPS or RSS software?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
 

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For further information I am getting a couple different error codes when trying to read the radios. I am getting error codes #512 and #768. I don't have a good way to tell but it appears that the serial port is operating as it should. I am using the same cables that I used to successfully program radios prior to programming the MagOne BPR40. I have tried a couple different cables on a couple different radios. I did successfully program a HT1250 however it was with a USB cable on a different port.
 
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