[ct-user] Does WinCT run on Windows XP?
k1ep.list at gmail.com
Thu May 10 18:30:12 EDT 2007
CTWin works fine on XP, used it this weekend with USB serial and LPT keying.
At 5/10/2007 12:39 PM, Mike K9MI wrote:
>WinCT runs fine on XP and even though it's a windows program, you'll still
>be able to use it like you did CT for Dos. I think it's in version 10 now.
>I've only used it a few times because of the money I have wrapped up in
>other Windows logging software. N1MM is also a free program, but coming from
>a CT background you will have some learning curve. I think anyone who has
>used CT for Dos and is going to CTWin should have no trouble. Vista, well I
>have that on my laptop and I would have to use USB devices or use USB to
>serial adapter. My XP machine has 8 serial ports and 2 lpt ports, so I'm
>sticking with it as long as I can. Also, I have this pc setup for dual boot
>using Dos 6.22. That way I can use the Dos version of CT if I want or TRlog.
>I'm a bit surprised you can't run WinCT on your xp machine. Maybe it has
>something to do with the new processor? I've not tried much on my new
>notebook with Vista. It's always a good idea to keep a 95 or 98 machine
>around "just in case".
>73, Mike K9MI
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>To: <ct-user at contesting.com>
>Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2007 16:18
>Subject: Re: [ct-user] Does WinCT run on Windows XP?
>> After many years, am back to active Amateur Radio. Am unable to run
>> ver 10.03 on my new dual-core PC using Windows XP.
>> Is there any way to run it (what's the trick), or is CT now obsolete in
>> operating systems like XP and VISTA, which don't have DOS anymore?
>> Lorraine, W1AR
>> _W1AR at arrl.net_ (mailto:W1AR at arrl.net)
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>> (mailto:K1ZX at aol.com) , formerly belonging to Jim White, K4OJ (sk) for a
>> less prominent one,
>> and am now W1AR.
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