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PCMCIA Format

PCMCIA Format

PCMCIA Format

(OP)
Does anyone know how to format the PCMCIA(FlashDisk)this is the 8mb version for use in backing up a G3si release#9 system

RE: PCMCIA Format

You have to get the 'generic' on it. Hmm, been a while since I've played with an SI. For a G3R with optical drives all you have to do is a 'back disk full' to write the generic.

RE: PCMCIA Format

(OP)
That command is not valid for G3si

RE: PCMCIA Format

Sorry...

RE: PCMCIA Format

I do not believe any generic is stored on a flash card on an si, csi, Guest Works.  Only translations and announcements (if you saved them) are on a flash card.  G3r class of switch however has the generic on the backup media, whatever it is (IE tape, optical drive etc)as well as the switch translatiuons.

Chris

RE: PCMCIA Format

It cannot be done on a r9 they removed the option

José

Please let me know if this was helpful

RE: PCMCIA Format

(OP)
Jose

Thanks for the info. I called Avaya and they have to send a rep. to replace the bad PCMCIA card. will not just swap the cards in the mail.

RE: PCMCIA Format

Yeah i had the same problem and the worst part was that they had sent me the wrong ones to begin with...

José

Please let me know if this was helpful

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