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how to stop 6600m starting trying to open smartlink

Ross Biggar
Ross Biggar Member ✭✭
My 6600M when started tries to start smartlink, I DONT want this. 
How do I get it start so I can use the monitors and not that small screen on the radio.
In some respects the 6600 is a better radio, less frustration.


  • Robert Guertin
    edited January 2020
    Ross, when you start SmartSDR the box that ask you to connec has a small gear on the bottom right of the box. Click on that gear and choose the appropriate option. This should take care of your problem. Enjoy!
  • Ross Biggar
    Ross Biggar Member ✭✭
    edited January 2020
    Thanks Robert that helped, but now I have the  6600 showing its on screen display, but I cant get it to show SSDR on the 2 separate monitors, (one for SSDR and one for FLdigi).
    So how do I get the 6600 to have a display on the monitors, I am running 2.6.1.
    Actually with the monitors I dont need the display on the 6600M as well.

  • John KB4DU
    John KB4DU Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited January 2020
    Ross, I don’t have an M radio, but I believe the only video output is an hdmi that replicates the 
    M screen. To show fldigi, it needs to be running on a separate pc with a monitor.

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