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Hi All,

I have programmed a packet program designed for emergency use.
Please click on the button below to download the EcomScs001 zip file.


Note even though it is designed for emergency use it will work just fine on a daily bases,

The TNC Must be in terminal mode. Not Host. Not Kiss,

To install:
1) Create a empty "Junk" directory on your hard drive.
2) Instruct your E-Mail program to save the to the Junk dir.
3) Unzip EcomScs001 by right clicking on it and then click on extract.
4) Double left click on the Setup program.
5) A dos like window will open. This window will display how setup is doing.

When setup is finished EcomScs will be installed to the c:\EcomScs dir and a short cut will be on your desk top,

Note you must be logged into your PC as an administrator to run the setup program, If you only have one user account on your PC then that is the administrator account.

No this is not a dos program.  It is designed for XP or Vista.
You need net framework 2.0 Installed on your PC to run the setup program and also to run EcomScs.

You can go to Control panel\add and remove programs and look in the list of programs. You need to see net 2.0 or higher.

Note The install does not effect your Windows registry.  To uninstall the program all you need to do is delete the c:\EcomScs directory.

Thank you for your time.

Let us hope we never witness the "Silence Of The Hams"
73 DE John KB2SCS
E-Mail: [email protected]
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The Suffolk County R.A.C.E.S. Radio Officer is Bill Schiebel, N2NFI.
The Suffolk County A.R.E.S. District Emergency Coordinator is Bill Schiebel, N2NFI.
If you have info for or need info on A.R.E.S./ R.A.C.E.S. e-mail Bill.

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