[chirp_users] "radio did not respond"

Jim Unroe
Wed May 29 02:22:26 PDT 2013

On Tue, May 28, 2013 at 11:59 PM, Madison Jones <w5mj at hal-pc.org> wrote:

> I am a new user to the Baofeng F-11 so I might not be getting things
> correct, though I have reinstalled the cloning cable driver [it is on Com
> 3] using the Win7 procedure outlined by Wouxun and reinstalled Chirp.  ***
> *
> ** **
> When I initially obtained the radio, I pulled up the stock channel
> program, changed it around a little and uploaded it to the radio using
> Chirp.  A few days later I  manually programmed several of the memories and
> deleted most of the stock memories.****
> ** **
> Now, when going to the Radio tab on the Chirp software and attempting to
> Download from Radio, I get an error message which says “radio did not
> respond.”  I get the same error message when attempting to upload to the
> radio from Chirp.  Suggestions?****
> ** **
> Madison Jones****
> W5MJ****

This is most likely caused by the programming cable not being plugged fully
into the F-11. This is a common problem with the UV-5R and it equivalents.

If you haven't already, visit the Miklor.com website and take a look at the
"Errors and Error Messages" page for guidance.

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