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A few weeks ago, a cousin of mine passed away and my Aunt gave me a lot of his things. Part of what I got was a MSC400 and MX-6000 that were new but not programed. It seems as though he had them for awhile because my aunt couldn't find any receipts and did not know where he got the products.

In any case, I'm aware of URC's policy. When I spoke to them, they said the way to obtain the software legally is through a dealer, but dealers that I call wont help. They choose not to give out the software. I'm wondering if someone can point me in the direction of an AD that will distribute the MSC-400 editor & CCP editor so I can load the software because I'm savy enough to program this stuff myself. I read that the CCP software should come with all the help documentation I should need, so I just need that and the MSC-400 editor so I can use the RS-232 feature. I read somewhere that you have to have the MSC-400 editor in order to be able to program RS-232 devices.

Any help would be great... and if you want to PM me thats cool too.
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You only need CCP. There isn't a separate MSC-400 editor.

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A few weeks ago, a cousin of mine passed away and my Aunt gave me a lot of his things. Part of what I got was a MSC400 and MX-6000 that were new but not programed. It seems as though he had them for awhile because my aunt couldn't find any receipts and did not know where he got the products.<br><br>
In any case, I'm aware of URC's policy. When I spoke to them, they said the way to obtain the software legally is through a dealer, but dealers that I call wont help. They choose not to give out the software. I'm wondering if someone can point me in the direction of an AD that will distribute the MSC-400 editor &amp; CCP editor so I can load the software because I'm savy enough to program this stuff myself. I read that the CCP software should come with all the help documentation I should need, so I just need that and the MSC-400 editor so I can use the RS-232 feature. I read somewhere that you have to have the MSC-400 editor in order to be able to program RS-232 devices.<br><br>
Any help would be great... and if you want to PM me thats cool too.
Hi,
I just got 2 MX-6000 remotes and for my surprise URC is not providing the CCP software. I was wondering if you found the software for programming the MX-6000.
I know it 10 years since your post, but I have to try to find the software. These remotes look cool.
Any help finding the software is appreciated.

Thank you.
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Hi,
I just got 2 MX-6000 remotes and for my surprise URC is not providing the CCP software. I was wondering if you found the software for programming the MX-6000.
I know it 10 years since your post, but I have to try to find the software. These remotes look cool.
Any help finding the software is appreciated.

Thank you.
Hey Plamen Stanev ... are you still looking? I have an old copy but it only works on my vintage Vista computer. It doesn't work on my new HP running windows 10.

This is the one area where I hate URC. For someone with the hardware, the software should be available. I get the philosophy but meh...
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Hey Plamen Stanev ... are you still looking? I have an old copy but it only works on my vintage Vista computer. It doesn't work on my new HP running windows 10.

This is the one area where I hate URC. For someone with the hardware, the software should be available. I get the philosophy but meh...
The old MX & CCP (I use both) programs will only run on platforms up to Windows 7 32-bit. I have two old desktops configured this way so that I have a primary and backup for programming my URC remotes.

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I have never used a MSC400 but I run CCP on Windows 10 64bit and can program my MX-6000. Microsoft made it tricky to setup but it is not impossible.
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