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Discussion in 'Security Alarms' started by Robert L Bass, Feb 2, 2007.

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  1. Hi, I am after the international drivers
    The following are available. Choose what
    you need and I'll have it sent to you by the
    manufacturer.

    RFK5132 v5.1NA Driver Pack
    RF5132 v5.0NA Driver Pack
    Skyroute v2.3-2.4 Driver Pack
    PC1832 v4.1 Driver Pack
    PC1864 v4.1 Driver Pack
    PC1832 v4.1CP-01 Driver Pack
    PC1616 v4.1 Driver Pack
    Skyroute V2.3-2.4 Driver
    PC1864 v4.1 Driver Pack
    PK55xx v1.0 Keypad Driver
    PC1616 v4.1CP-01 Driver Pack
    PC1864 v4.1CP-01 Driver Pack
    PC5010 V3.2 CP-01 Driver
    PC1555MX V3.2 CP-01 Driver
    PC5132-433 V4.2NA Driver
    RF5108-433 V1.0NA Driver
    PC5900 V1.0 Driver
    RF5501-433 V5.0 Driver
    LCD5500Z V3.1 Driver
    PC1555MX V2.3 Driver
    PC4020 V3.3 Driver
    PC4020 V3.5 Driver
    TL-250 Driver

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    Regards,
    Robert L Bass

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    Bass Home Electronics
    941-866-1100
    4883 Fallcrest Circle
    Sarasota · Florida · 34233
    http://www.bassburglaralarms.com
    =============================>
     
  2. david

    david Guest

    Thanks Robert
    I require the driver for the PC1565 which I believe is in the
    international driver pack ( we are in Australia). I have the updated us
    drivers but our system is not recognised by the software (saying it
    does not have the module.)As far as I can tell the PC1565 is a close
    relative to the PC1555 but the 1555 driver does not work

    David
     
  3. DSC doesn't use a common username and password. You're welcome to post yours if you like.

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    Regards,
    Robert L Bass

    =============================>
    Bass Home Electronics
    941-866-1100
    4883 Fallcrest Circle
    Sarasota · Florida · 34233
    http://www.bassburglaralarms.com
    =============================>
     
  4. I'll give them a call to make certain you get the right one. Is the one below a valid email address?

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    Regards,
    Robert L Bass

    =============================>
    Bass Home Electronics
    941-866-1100
    4883 Fallcrest Circle
    Sarasota · Florida · 34233
    http://www.bassburglaralarms.com
    =============================>
     
  5. are you worried they may take away your
    Are you worried they may take away your?
     
  6. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest


    Why not simply give him the link to your website where he can access
    your pirated version of the software?
     
  7. Apparently you are, what does that tell you?

    I'm not worried. I don't give out my passwords. I wonder why you thought I would since you clearly won't.
     
  8. Why not simply give him the link to
    Care to tell us where you see pirated
    software on my website?

    Oops. You lied (again).
     
  9. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest


    Check "BassHome", moron. You're providing both the Napco and DSC
    (again) software. It's been copied from both manufacturer's illegally
    (in other words - pirated). I'm surprised you have the balls to do that
    again after the last time. What a putz.
     
  10. True but then again I'm not the
    No. You're the one who likes emailing illegal
    copies of copyrighted material.

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    Regards,
    Robert L Bass

    =============================>
    Bass Home Electronics
    941-866-1100
    4883 Fallcrest Circle
    Sarasota · Florida · 34233
    http://www.bassburglaralarms.com
    =============================>
     
  11. Check "BassHome", moron.

    Check it yourself, you idiot. There's
    not a single copied software program
    on my server.
     
  12. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest


    http://www.ashome.com/product_8752_detailed.htm

    Ad the "B" and the "S" in the normal places. Then tell me again there
    isn't any "copied software" on your server. You're a thief, Bass (and a
    liar/BullShit artist). "Attention Pirate! Go ahead make my day."
     
  13. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest


    And you're the one that likes to pirate software. You're a thief and a
    liar.
     
  14. david

    david Guest

    I'm sorry that I sparked up your PETTY FEUD. I am quite happy to pay for
    the driver. But it lookslike it may be easier to replace the whole
    system with one that I can program via a PC
     
  15. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest


    You didn't "spark" anything. Bass is clearly in the wrong. It's not a
    "petty" matter when someone takes it upon himself to distribute
    copyrighted material (regardless if it's "free" to him or not) and DSC
    doesn't "send" the software to end-users (they used to provide it on CD
    through their authorized distributors but now it's only available online).

    Most manufacturers provide two sets of manuals as well. One's directed
    at the installer and the other at the end-user. These are freely
    available to both and supplied with the equipment (both are also
    available online but the former usually requires a "dealer login" to
    obtain). On the older systems it becomes problematic as they're either
    no longer supported, or the manufacturer's been "absorbed" by a larger
    entity (as in the case of "Contronic" and "C&K" to name a couple). Jim
    Rojas at http://www.tech-man.com maintains an extensive online library
    of manuals. He's generous to a fault and a Prince among men. He's
    often volunteered the manual a poster asks for "gratis" but usually
    charges a small fee for access to his site (and his extensive collection).

    If you are an end-user, you won't be able to obtain the log-in necessary
    to access the Dealer section of the DSC site. Most Dealers view the
    software as something they should only have access to (DSC makes it
    abundantely clear that this is their intent by requiring the log-in).
    In fact, most (if not all) of the manufacturers require a log-in.
    You'll notice that Bass will "circumvent" the system any way he can
    (this includes pirating the software to his own site). He somehow
    believes this makes his site "better" than the other online stores and
    Dealers. He'll probably provide free downloads (or links) to other
    proprietory software if he figures out the way past the log-in
    requirement (case in point is the Napco software). There are a legion
    of reasons he isn't much respected by the installation community. If
    you have some time, "Google" him.
     
  16. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest


    I don't "keep score"... He's simply removed the software from his
    server now that I've pointed it out. He will, of course, now deny it
    was ever there, etc., but the mere fact that the links were there in the
    first place (and definitely pointing to the "basshome" server) confirms
    he's the sleazeball/liar/bullshit artist I've said he is. By the way,
    another individual that posted into the group looking for the software
    was directed (by Bass) to that page. You just haven't been paying
    attention.
     
  17. R-Guy

    R-Guy Guest

    Give it a break and let DSC do their own policing. I'm sure if DSC was
    really being harmed they would take action.

    There are plenty of web sites that offer access to the DLS software and the
    DSC hardware installation manuals, and for me, DSC would never see my
    business if I had to go to pay "professionals" to configure and maintain my
    equipment. I am glad there are sources that offer this kind of information
    for the DIY'er.
     
  18. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest

    Pirate Robert L Bass and his parrot squawked:

    The "moron" calls *me* an "idiot". Heh...

    Not anymore. You've removed it. All the links are still there though
    as well as detailed instructions on how to download and install the
    software you PIRATED from DSC. You're a moron, Bass. You're also a
    thief, a liar, and a Putz. To top it off, it's all there in black and
    blue and white, in your own words or words "stolen" from DSC's website
    (until you actually remove that page as well). When you do, you'll have
    the temerity to call *me* a liar all the while denying it even existed.
    Typical BSOP (Bass Standard Operating Procedure) also known as the
    "Bass Triple D" (Duck, Deny, Deceive).
     
  19. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest

    Yes, of course. Put your head in the sand and ignore the illegal
    activity going on around you. Do you condone "downloading movies",
    copying and distributing software programs to your friends? Does your
    neighbour have a "meth lab" or a "grow op"?? It's all "OK" to do as
    long as "no one get's hurt", right? Sure... let the people that
    develop the software and make the movies do "their own Policing". Let
    the cops do their jobs by themselves. Don't report a drunk driver (or
    one that's weaving all over the road because he's tired and too stupid
    to pull over to rest).

    DSC doesn't want to "see your business". They don't offer support to
    end-users for good reason. I don't think they give "a fig" for your
    opinion. They're widely supported by honest and legitimate Dealers who
    understand the meaning of their EULA.

    I'll bet you are.
     
  20. Click the links, jackass. They've never
    been populated with the files. If a
    customer needs the file I have the
    manufacturer send it to him.

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    Regards,
    Robert L Bass

    =============================>
    Bass Home Electronics
    941-866-1100
    4883 Fallcrest Circle
    Sarasota · Florida · 34233
    http://www.bassburglaralarms.com
    =============================>
     
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