TH-D7A(G) / TH-D7A(G2.0) / TH-D7E(G2.0)
Memory Control Program
MCP-D7G Version 1.10
 
 
Notes :
This program is for editing "Memory Channels", "APRS"(*1), "SKY COMMAND II"(*2) and various settings on the KENWOOD amateur radio TH-D7A(G)/D7A(G2.0)/D7E(G2.0).
This program does not work with the TH-D7A / TH-D7E / TH-D7E(Ver.2.0).
For the TH-D7A/D7E/D7E(Ver.2.0) uses, we are offering the MCP-D7 Memory Control Program.
This program runs on Windows 95/98/Me/2000.(*3)
(This program might not operate on Windows NT4.0/XP)
To write to or read from the TH-D7 memory, a separate connector cable PG-4W(option) is required.
About 1MB of free hard disk space is needed to install this program.
At least 5MB of memory is required to run this program.
Before connecting the TH-D7 to a PC, first turn the TH-D7 power OFF.
  Permission is required if this program is to be redistributed on a personal web site.
Any user may not be engaged in the following acts:
To revise, change, edit, merge, de-compile or reverse engineer the Software.
The quality and performance of the Products shall not warrant the applicability to the purpose of any user. KENWOOD shall not assume any liability for defects, or warrant anything other than expressly provided in the document. The selection and introduction of the Products as well as the results therefrom shall be upon the liability of the users.
KENWOOD shall own all copyrights and other intellectual properties for the Products and all manuals and documents attached to the Products.
User shall be hereby allowed to use, not sell, the Software packed in the Products by Kenwood. While the disc in which the Software is stored is possessed by the user, the ownership for the Software itself shall be reserved for Kenwood.
(*1) The Automatic Packet/Position Reporting System(APRS) is a registered trademark of Bob Bruninga,WB4APR in the United States.
(*2) The SKY COMMAND II is a trademark of KENWOOD Corporation in the United States or other countries.
(*3) Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
 
Installation :
1. Execute the downloaded self-extracting file "MD7G110.exe" and extract the installation program into a designated folder.
2. In the designated folder, a folder labeled "Mcp-d7g" will be created.
Execute the Setup.exe file in the "disk1" folder in the "Mcp-d7g" folder to begin installation.
3. When the instruction for selecting country version appears, select version in use. If you specify the wrong version, the program will not function properly.
4. If you have specified wrong version, repeat the installation procedure form the beginning.
 
Uninstallation :
1. Delete MCP-D7G by executing [Control Panel]-[Add/Remove Programs].
2. The files created by MCP-D7G are not delete. Delete those files manually.
3. When files have been linked, delete the [D7G File] by [File Types] in the [View]-[Options] menu in the Windows Explorer.
 
History :
Ver 1.01
- The program would not display icons with overlaid text in the APRS menu. FIXED.
Ver 1.10
- We supported Windows Me/2000
TH-D7A(G)/D7A(G2.0)/D7E(G2.0) Memory Control Program
Latest update: MCP-D7G Version 1.10 (Jan./2002)
MDG7110.exe 1.03MB download
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