Quansheng TG-UV2

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Quansheng TG-UV2

Post by Motorhommie » Sat Jul 09, 2011 12:49 am

Where as this devise looks good and has some reviews, I am having a problem with the drivers. When trying to write from the computer to hand held, the message "COM is invalid. Please check COM port status."

It is a pain in the ass t get the drivers from ZIP format in WinRAR and finally load them. This took some time to even find them. The manufacturer has instructions in Chinese.

Maybe I will change my mind on this unit once I get the driver issue figured out.

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Re: Quansheng TG-UV2

Post by robbage » Sat Jul 09, 2011 7:54 am

Sounds like you are having a problem with connecting to the programmer, not the radio. Presumably it's a USB device? Windows Vista or 7?
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