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  1. KA9MOT

    KA9MOT Ham Member QRZ Page

    Can we add N1MM? It is very popular with many folks including myself.
  2. W4PG

    W4PG Super Moderator Lifetime Member 279 Volunteer Moderator Platinum Subscriber Life Member QRZ Page

    Feel free to send a request to Fred. If there is enough interest, I'm sure he'll add a separate forum for N1MM.

  3. W9GT

    W9GT Ham Member QRZ Page

    N1MM looks like a really nice program, however, I downloaded N1MM software last weekend (VISTA Machine) and all I get is error messages. Can't seem to launch the program. Anyone else have similar experience? How can I fix it?

    73, Jack, W9GT
  4. KA9MOT

    KA9MOT Ham Member QRZ Page

    Hi Jack!

    OH Boy, better not say that on a

    I don't have Vista, however I do recall and update that will allow it to work on Vista. Go back to the website and have a look around.
  5. N2AMG

    N2AMG Ham Member QRZ Page

    if you go to the n1MM web site there is a file there that describes what needs to be done to run on vista...

    73 Rick n2AMG
  6. K0JP

    K0JP Ham Member QRZ Page

    N1MM Vista info

    Try this link:

    There are a number of steps that you must take. Perhaps you've done them already but I mention just in case.

    I use N1MM logger for all my logging and rig control applications, but on XP.

    Good luck,

    Jack, W6NF
    (Gave up on Vista...went back to XP)
  7. EB5A

    EB5A Ham Member QRZ Page

    SO2R problems

    Hello everyone who reads it. Faced with a strange problem. Can anyone tell? There are two transceivers. One computer. All works on CAT, frequency, mode, etc. Each transceiver has its own antenna with amplifier and band pass filters through Band decoder. SO2R 2x6 switch don't us. How to protect yourself from the possibility of finding two transceivers at the same band?
    73! Yuri
  8. AC0H

    AC0H Ham Member QRZ Page

    Not until N1MM puts the QRZ ad banner on his website like Simon did.
    Until then (don't hold your breath) just join the N1MM Yahoo Group and bypass QRZ altogether.
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