Question about Radio Communications
Two things- first, you might be able to use an SD card adapter on your computer to move the files. Second, if you have Windows 7, 8, 8.1 or W10, the 'driver' for your scanner most likely is an "unsigned driver" and you will have to load the cable driver using a special startup F7 or something, so that you can go ahead and load an 'unsigned driver' regardless. Go to "Radio Reference dot com" and search for your scanner type- there is a wealth of information there after you set-up an account. Try their website for help and then you can get back ahold of me, and maybe I can be of more help. okay? What scanner model is it?
Posted on May 01, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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