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It seems that the Boot Configuration Data (BCD) is corrupted. Microsoft has completely reengineered the boot
environment for Microsoft Windows Vista to address the increasing
complexity and diversity of modern hardware and firmware. One aspect of
this reengineering is a new firmware-independent data
store that contains configuration data that influences the boot
process. This paper provides an overview of this configuration data -
called boot configuration data (BCD) - and describes how to use the
related tools to manage boot options. Step 1 Perform chkdsk which will repair the bad sectors of the hard drive. To do this, follow these steps: 1.Click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, right-click Command Prompt, and then click Run as administrator.
2.Type chkdsk/ f, chkdsk/r, chkdsk/i, chkdsk/c in the commands listed belowi.e. (/f, /r , /i, /c). Step 2 Try to load BIOS to default and check if you have similar issue. Step 3 I would suggest you to rebuilt BCD. To do this, follow these steps: To run the Bootrec.exe tool, you must start Windows RE. To do this, follow these steps:
Put the Windows Vista or Windows 7 installation disc in the disc drive, and then start the computer.
Press a key when you are prompted.
Select a language, a time, a currency, a keyboard or an input method, and then click
Click Repair your computer.
Click the operating system that you want to repair, and then click
In the System Recovery Options dialog box, click
I don't know if you've found an answer to your query yet, but here goes: Q1.Dowload the user manual, if you don't have a copy. Q2.How do you obtain a copy? Q3.Read instructions CAREFULLY, very tricky for a novice. A1.Join yahoo group specific to the BRAND/MODEL of your unit or www.uniden.com and follow the links A2.As above A3.The manual describes in plain english the steps required under direct entry programming. These units are the best uniden has made, especially for listening to P25 comms, if you're into that kind of listening.
I hope this is helpfull, I would have given you programming instructions myself, but it's quite involved and we don't have the space here.
Have you put in more than one control channel for your area.
I always put as many of the red or blue Control channels in my area. I counted 23 Control Channels for the whole system. I would put everyone in if it were me.
I set the system up as "Control Channel Only".
In a metroploitan area you should be able to pick up another control channel on the system.
I use the Arc396Pro Software ato program my scanner. (available at ScannerMaster) I know in the Pro version you can download the information directly into your scanner. You can try this to be sure your settings are going in correctly.
Press manual to step up to the channel you want to program. Punch in the complete freq. including the point. Press manual to step to the next channel, It should be programmed. Hope it helps,, let me know--- Mechanic
hello my name is kathy, I think you will need to go through it manualy and make sure that you still have all your frequency # is in it, If not you will need to put them back in. If there is there you may have locked them out, or try and hit the scan button. If you would like help on any of them let me know. email@example.com