[chirp_users] Baofeng UV82L Port problem

Dennis Smith m1dlguk at gmail.com
Fri Oct 17 15:21:18 PDT 2014

I apologise if I appeared to be more like the pot calling the kettle black,
but so angry a very bad day at work, followed by reading the lack of help
on this thread, only irrelevant questions and unham like behaviour, without
any actual help being offered (with the exception of a few people), I let
fly without realising was becoming the person I was upset with. Hopefully
people will see what needs to be done and will respond accordingly. A
non-response is actually a worthy response if the alternative is not
helping with the USB/serial issue.

Dennis Smith

On 17 October 2014 22:28, Ryan Tourge <ryan.tourge at gmail.com> wrote:

> I've been sitting back watching the punks play this out. Voice and phone
> in the amateur radio world mean the same thing and have for a long time.
> You proved your ignorance at the expense of this fella just asking for some
> help. The negatively and "know it all" attitude is not needed in this
> hobby. Especially when as proven here many of you have know idea what you
> are talking about.
> On Oct 17, 2014 4:46 PM, "Dennis Smith" <m1dlguk at gmail.com> wrote:
>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQFKtI6gn9Y (for Fred's benefit)
>> Can we stop being jerks, and showing the world that radio hams are
>> rude, arrogant argumentative, and try actually being helpful loading
>> phone frequencies into his device? Or would that be a little difficult
>> for some? I did understand the query the first time I read it, and I
>> struggled to understand the replies, and even more failing to
>> understand how such a simple question and plea for help could be
>> construed and something else.
>> Allan, have you solved it or do you still need assistance? I suspect
>> you have one of a couple of issues, either the cable you have is using
>> the counterfeit prolific chip and requires a certain driver to make it
>> work. Alternatively as suggest you may need to remove the USB plug and
>> plug it back in, possibly with a reboot. You may need to go to your
>> hardware manager to uninstall the drivers for it and reinstall
>> depending on the precise issue in hand.
>> Does your device manager show a yellow triangle warning for the comm port?
>> Dennis Smith
>> M1DLG
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