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    CD40 USB decode

    Quote Originally Posted by shooting View Post
    I'll send you correct software in PM

    wbr
    I have the same problem!!! Can u help me? Please?

    I read the EEPROM and through Pecky's program, it tells me that the code is the 6200.
    But since I have this problem in the list, I can not access the radio properly so I can program!
    I have OPCOM and VAUXCOM but I do not recognize the equipment.
    I tried to choose the last CDC40 Opera that appears, I tried to unseal once with this code (6200) and said that it was done successfully.
    The radio started again, but it stayed the same.
    The message "DISPLAY SAFE" will continue to appear as before.
    Because I had already misfired the CID with my old radio.

    Someone can help me?
    Or send me the .BIN file with reset done?


    I would appreciate help with this and what steps to take with OPCOM to program properly.


    Best regards.
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