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Cannot get scanner to transfer data from computer

Will not display pgm wired on scanner

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  • Anonymous Apr 30, 2008

    My Radio Shack Nascar scanner displays the "program" icon and "wired" on the screen. I've only tried removing the batteries and reinstalling them. Doesn't help. Any solutions? Thanks

  • cubusman May 08, 2008

    Have the same problem with my PRO-84 (BC92XLT) where it shows PGM and WirEd in the display and cannot get it to disappear, reprogram etc. Have read the Radio Shack guide regarding (Wired Programming), but does not state or give instruction procedures on how to delete and/or erase this. Never attempted to transfer data via computer. ANY assistance ANYONE can give will be appreciated!

  • Anonymous Dec 28, 2008

    i am not trying to transfer any data from my computer to my scanner. one night i went to turn my scanner on and it showed (pmg wired) i looked in my manual and says nothing on what to do. i would like to use my scanner

  • Anonymous Feb 12, 2009

    I have the same problem!



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The frequencies probably aren't the same, so you're gonna have to do a little research, but hope this helps.

  1. Turn the scanner off and then back on.
  2. The first thing we'll do is clear all of the frequencies in the bank you'll use to listen to Gwinnett County.
  3. Press the black F button, then press 0, then press the F button again, then press CL, and then press the 1 button.
  4. Enter 000 and then press PGM to enter programming mode starting at channel 0. On the display the P on the left of the first line of the display says you're in programming mode, and the 000 indicates your looking at channel 0.
  5. Press the orange T button to enter trunking mode.
  6. Press the MODE button until Motorola is displayed on line 2 of the display.
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  8. Enter the first frequency, 854.78750, then press ENT and then press PGM to go to the next channel.
  9. Repeat step #8 for the rest of the frequencies 854.81250, 854.83750, 855.31250, 855.48750, 855.76250, 855.78750, 855.81250, 856.81250, 856.83750, 856.91250, 857.81250, 857.83750, 857.91250, 858.78750, 858.81250, 866.13750, 866.21250, 866.38750, 867.33750, 867.38750, 867.96250, 868.11250, 868.13750, 868.48750.
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  14. Repeat step #13 for each of the 24 frequencies.

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