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FFPM571

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No its very fixable with a slow computer in Pure DOS. You can read a Saber all day with a fast computer .. When you write to it is when it pukes. You have to build a new codeplug unless you saved the original
 

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swap meet, flea markets, used computer stores... I use a pentium 1 on my stuff but the RSS boots to True DOS. When you programmed it was it booted from a C: prompt or like a window's window with the C: prompt in it?
 

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I had this same issues earlier today. I bought a IBM 365ED the other day and I was swapping the stuff from my toshiba for some reason the saber RSS didn't want to install or run with the files directly on the hard drive but the RSS would run from the disk I had the files burned on, I was able to read the radio but once I went to write back to it, it gave me the bird and I ended up with that same error code. I just used my toshiba and read and wrote back to it and it cured the problem. I would like to use my IBM365 but for some reason it doesn't like the saber RSS.
 
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