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What TNC is it? How do you have it configured in APRSIS32? What
port type did you use? So many questions that need answers!
Are you seeing any packets from the radio which would be shown in
the packet scroller with an *?
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE
for Windows Mobile and Win32
On 11/7/2019 4:45 PM, Gurdon Wolfe via
HI Lynn and thanks for
taking the time to reply to my call for help.I found and
deleted the xml file and was able
to download APRSIS32 with
only one problem. The radio/tnc won't transmit. I've run
through the help file that
outlines what to do if the
program won't transmit and so far that's what got me
stumped. The radio/tnc works
as it connects to K4EOC-7
on SEDAN. Your thoughts?
Where am I? Click link below.
On Thursday, November 7, 2019, 01:13:17 PM EST, Lynn
You need to delete the APRSIS32.XML file that is in
the directory where you execute APRSIS32 from. That
way it will recreate all settings.
The bar you describe though, appears when you're
executing APRSIS32 from within the downloaded .ZIP
file. You need to UNZIP the download into a newly
created empty directory and then double-click
APRSIS32.EXE from within that directory, not from
within a zip file viewer.
You might want to check out the Initial Startup video
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows
Mobile and Win32
11/6/2019 11:39 AM, Gurdon Wolfe via Groups.Io
I changed a setting on the installed
APRSIS32 and was unable to get it corrected. I
thought I'll just delete it
and start over, however when I
downloaded it from the website things went bad
from there. After downloading
it and tried to run it, a screen came
up with this warning: Downloading from 2012/08/30
09:19 to 2012/08/29
21:31 is NOT recommenced, continue
anyway? (NOTE: some settings may be lost.). I
answered yes and the
program began to load but after a
second or two a bar appeared across the screen and
began to pulse and
continued to pulse indefinitely. To
the best of my knowledge I've deleted all of the
old files associated with
APRSIS32. I have attempted this
procedure many times all with no success. Any help
would be greatly
Where am I?
Click link below.