[chirp_users] CHIRP won't open (UV-82) (Robin)
Sarge ex 7thAF
0101.smd at gmail.com
Fri Sep 12 08:18:32 PDT 2014
I am also new to the Baofeng. I have just found the problem answer that
drove me crazy. By lengthy elimanation I finally found the problem was NOT
with the radio, cable or software. By sheer stumbling luck I finally found
that when the radio would program perfectly it was immediately AFTER a PC
Restart. Now if my UV5R wont PC program, I just restart my PC and boom all
On Fri, Sep 12, 2014 at 12:48 AM, Antoon Rubbens <antoonr at gmail.com> wrote:
> Helle Robin, welcome to the group!
> Although I don't have a ready solution for your problem, I want to make
> clear that you don't need the cable connected to your computer te be able
> to start Chirp.
> Chirp is just a program, that will run at any time. It only needs the cabe
> (or more exactely a COM-port) to communicate with the radio.
> So, as long as you do not need to communicate with the radio (eg. because
> you want to edit a file) is will not matter if the cable is connected or
> Having said that, please disconnect te cable and see if Chirp starts
> correctly. This way you will be able to check if it is a Chirp problem or a
> cable problem that you have.
> When it looks like a Chirp problem, please try the stable version. I also
> use that version and it will work with the UV-82 (I use one).
> To check if the cable is installed correctly, please check your Device
> Manager, Ports (COM & LPT). Your cable should be listed there. It will also
> mention the COM-port-number that you will need to select in Chirp when you
> want to communicate with the radio later.
> I hope this helps!
> Antoon (PA2AR).
> 2014-09-11 21:00 GMT+02:00 <chirp_users-request at intrepid.danplanet.com>:
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>> Good evening all,
>> Thanks for adding me to the group. This is my first msg to the group!
>> I recently purchase 3 Baofeng UV-82 with the original Baofeng programing
>> cable. I followed the instruction to the letter on on
>> http://www.miklor.com/COM/UV_CHIRP.php#start to installed the
>> driver and the CHIRP software. Now when I click on the CHIRP icon, the msg
>> : ''Error reporting is disable : If you wish to disable this feature, you
>> may do so in the help menu.'' I click OK and the dialogue box closes and
>> the program doesn't open. I have the correct driver and I downloaded the
>> program (daily version). The cable is correctly connected to my computer
>> and to my radio (the pins are completely pushed into the radio). Before I
>> click the CHIRP icon, I have the radio plugged into the computer and it's
>> on frequency mode.
>> Is there anything I've missed or someone can think of? Any help would be
>> greatly appreciated :)
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