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TDA200 goes back to default when switched off

TDA200 goes back to default when switched off

TDA200 goes back to default when switched off

(OP)
A TDA200 we have just installed, loses data configured when the system is switched off and goes back to the default settings. What have I not done correctly?

RE: TDA200 goes back to default when switched off

Is there a battery for feeding the RAM circuit (that holds the database) in this PBX, that you maybe have not switched on, or this battery maybe has gone dead?

///doktor

RE: TDA200 goes back to default when switched off

what postion was the switch in during powerdown???
did you back up b4 shutdown ?? if not ouch!!




 

RE: TDA200 goes back to default when switched off

as CWC3 has said when programed you must back the system up to the sd card using the button on the top line of the software



peter
  

RE: TDA200 goes back to default when switched off

Unlock the SD memory.

RE: TDA200 goes back to default when switched off

(OP)
Thanks a lot all of you for your posts.
The reason for the system going off was the SD card switch position.

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