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MICS 6.0 getting a "Config error" on booting

MICS 6.0 getting a "Config error" on booting

MICS 6.0 getting a "Config error" on booting

I have a used MICS with 6.0 (NT7B64YU Rel 1 MICS DR6.0) software that was working when I removed from service. Wanted to get it going as I used my last one yesterday and need a spare. 2 non-CLID cards on KSU, No expansion card. However, when booting up, I get a "Config error" on the screen of a M7208 and "In Maintenance" on the M7310. No other phones or anything else connected. According to an old post on another forum the problem was the expansion card was in the wrong slot. Obviously not in this case. What now?

RE: MICS 6.0 getting a "Config error" on booting

It wants all the hardware installed exactly as it was before so that it can boot up.

Your phones are backwards, put the 2 line display on the alarm port (PT101/DN221 by default).

Then you will see a choice for Cold Reset.


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RE: MICS 6.0 getting a "Config error" on booting

Curly, you were right once again....that did it.
Examogger, could have had. I had 4 of them here at 1 point, one of which that was expanded to 2 Line modules and 5 station mods, so it's possible....


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