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Micros WS5 CAL Rebooting Issue

Micros WS5 CAL Rebooting Issue

Micros WS5 CAL Rebooting Issue

When swapping a ws5 and running CAL terminal reboots while loading files and never fully loads ops? Thoughts? Have tried couple different CF cards with same results. Thanks

RE: Micros WS5 CAL Rebooting Issue

what version? (Cal/3700) where does it stop? Try disabling the DHCP NIC card while loading CAL.

RE: Micros WS5 CAL Rebooting Issue

FIXED...another CF Card finally worked

RE: Micros WS5 CAL Rebooting Issue

I also have seen this similar issue where the CF card was pushed too far into the slot (I think from the factory). CAL would only download some of the files but started focusing on the CF card when I ran WCF and formatted the card but then noticed on reboot that some of the files were still there. Long story short, you may be able to format the CF card on a computer and still re-use the card.

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