From the screen shot, looks like maybe you are running a 64 bit version of windows 7 or vice versa and the program does not support this. I would do some research on the program to see what bit operating system it supports.I have done that I put windows 7 keeps giving me the error unless I need to restart computer
You can try a restart but its really not needed. Id say if its from the late 80's its time to look for some alternativesIt was on the windows xp sp3 I dropped it to windows 7 click apply and than ok and still comes up I wonder if I need to restart the computer? I even try to click a few boxes also. I see the program is from late 80's.
I'm not having trouble with RSS software. I have trouble with the CCII Pager exe files. I can type the Tone A and B... 1185.2A 539.0B comes up 4029 for the HEX or Cap Code.If you can eventually get your Windows OS to run what it calls DOS you will probably have a lot of trouble making an old Motorola RSS program work. To make an old DOS RSS work you must boot and run the computer in pure DOS, probably version 6.22, which is available for free on the internet. Doing otherwise you will run a serious risk of ruining your radio and it will need a trip to the Motorola depot to be fixed. This subject has been discussed at length in many, many threads on this site as well as on Batlabs. Go to Batboard • Index page and do a search using "DOS 6.22" as the title.