[ct-user] Ver 970 problems
Carl - WC4H
Sat, 26 Jan 2002 15:13:26 -0500
I took the drive from one machine and put it on another. I then let windows
install all the drivers for the computer hardware and installed some of it
from the PC's proprietary CD. So that brought the PC up to speed with that
drive. I use racks so that I can remove one drive and replace it with the
other very quickly.
I used a DOS window in Windows 98, after trying to use CTWin970
No I have not run MS Config. I also ran the DOS program after rebooting Win
98 drive in DOS mode. Frankly, I don't prefer doing that. I really prefer
running the Windows version. I'll check the Win98 drive to see if any wacky
stuff is running but I seriously doubt it.
----- Original Message -----
To: "Carl - WC4H" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, January 26, 2002 1:49 PM
Subject: Re: [ct-user] Ver 970 problems
> Did you just take a WIN 98 disk from another machine and put it in your
machine and then run it ? Are you running 'DOS' by booting to the command
line ? Opening a DOS window? Shuuting down to DOS ?
> Have you run MSCONFIG to see what is running ?
> > From: "Carl - WC4H" <email@example.com>
> > Date: 2002/01/26 Sat AM 02:26:48 EST
> > To: "ctuser" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Subject: [ct-user] Ver 970 problems
> > Hello all.
> > Since 970 does not yet allow CW on Windows XP, I used a Windows 98 hard
> > drive with a 1 Gz AMD processor. To my surpprise, the CW being sent by
> > CTWin was defective. My call (WC4H) would come out as WC4EE or OC4H as
> > as other combinations.
> > I then switched to CT 9.70 DOS version. That's what I have been using
> > the CQ 160 contest. It ran better it still had some errors of the type
> > mentioned above. The PC has 256 MB Ram and I took out almost all the
> > programs from the drive. It's only use is for contests with CT!
> > Is a 1Gz processor throwing CT off? Is it too fast? Does anybody have
> > inkling?
> > TIA & 73
> > Carl, WC4H
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