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Nice commercial quality radio. You will need a commercial radio shop to program it. Otherwise you need the particular programming cable and software for that radio to do the job. The fact that you are asking this means that it more than likely it is beyond your area of expertise. If you searched the web for programming software and also programming cable you might succeed . Otherwise order both from Vertex USA, www.vertex.com. Much easier to go to a shop, BTW you need a valid FCC business or GMRS radio license to transmit.
Not sure what frequencies are allocated in India for UHF ham, but may i direct you to the following: join yahoo group specific to your radio Make/Model, there you can get info and you can download manuals, schematics and other goodies.
I'm sure, but not 100%, that ham bands around the world have similar allocations on 70 cm band UHF, but as I stated, not 100% sure.
what version software is the CE44, version 1.0, 1.08 or 2.0 ? remember alot of the software out there for vertex is regulated for dealers only to download frequencies, uploading is no problems, read as much as you like. also if your connected via usb with port 1 or 2, then move to number 3 or number 5 and rename the port to number 3 :) then try it
But to get a manual and other great info: join yahoo group specific to your radio Make/Model, the team there will assist in your queries, plus you can download manuals, diagrams and other goodies(if available), all of this is free.
Try "reading" the radio before programming it. It sounds like the programming software is using the settings from one radio to write to another. It's highly probable that the firmware is different on the two radios.
It's always a good idea to "read" a radio befor trying to 'write' to it..