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CallPilot firmware reload

CallPilot firmware reload

CallPilot firmware reload

(OP)
Hi everyone,

Does anyone know how to reload firmware on callpilot mini, I have one but its like if the firmware on the PCMCIA just got corrupted or something, I've tested with another PCMCIA and it worked, I have the firmware files, but I would like how to do it, I've tried just copying it directly to the PCMCIA but it didn't work, does someone have the instructions or know how to do it, I'll apreciate your help guys.

Thanks!

RE: CallPilot firmware reload

Not sure what exact system.
Mini (Callpilot 150) - power down system then insert upgrade tool to the front slot, wait 20 minutes then test voice mail, if ok then power down and pull your tool out and power system back on line.

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