Hey you got a link for this software?ka3jjz said:Much better is ARC433; it has the RR database import for paid subscribers, while Scanxxxx uses data which is very out of date (certainly is for Maryland).
You can get that via Scanner Master 73 Mike
It should save them in your documents click on open in the software and it should say browse click on that and then look for it in your documents if its not there look in your recent documents.I've just spent 2 hours trying to get the arc433 to correctly enter my trunked freqs, and no matter what I do I get buzz saws. I went into the setup screen and indicated trunk type, id, etc, but no matter the settings they don't work. I'm real, real unhappy. the Win 97 I got for the Pro-97 works perfectly.
am I missing something???
and another gripe; doesn't the 433 program save the channels? I specifically 'saved' twice and each time when I go back in it's zeroed out.
It should save them in your documents click on open in the software and it should say browse click on that and then look for it in your documents if its not there look in your recent documents.
Your right I was thinking about win97 sorryI use LTR and EDACS with ARC433 and save in my documents with no problems here. I open my saved rsm file with ARC433 itself. It sounds like you don't have trunking mode on if you get the EDACS buzz sound. By default ARC433 does not save your rsm file in your documents, I believe it goes to my scanner files folder so you need to direct it to your document folder.
With the ARC programs you have to tell the program to open the last used file at startup.I 'saved' it in Documents, but it won't open.
I got the Motorola Type II to work but not the Edacs.
thanks for the response--I'll review my save process and make sure it matches yours.
last update of the night; I 'saved' it, and I 'saved' it as a document; it comes up listed, I can open it with the arc program, but it always opens empty.
I'm going to bed :-(
right. I never had to do that on Win 97 and i wasn't clicking on the file folder icon.Not to step on any toes but it is not that complicated. You don't have to tell ARC anything to open a file, just click on the file folder icon top left corner and scroll to the proper saved location of your rsm file and double click.