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BCM50 BCM450 R1-R6 Multi-image HDD NT9T4242E6

BCM50 BCM450 R1-R6 Multi-image HDD NT9T4242E6

BCM50 BCM450 R1-R6 Multi-image HDD NT9T4242E6

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Hello folks,

I have a BCM50b running on R-6.0, the HDD failed and don't have another image to replace it with.

Does anyone have an NT9T4242E6 Multi-image HDD in their vault willing to share, or know somewhere I can find one at a reasonable price in the UK?

Your support is much appreciated.

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RE: BCM50 BCM450 R1-R6 Multi-image HDD NT9T4242E6

A Multi-image hard drive would normally be used by a tech because it has all the release images on it for 50 and 450
You could still use it but you could also use BCM50 R6 image too if you come across one.



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RE: BCM50 BCM450 R1-R6 Multi-image HDD NT9T4242E6

I have Acronis copies of the Multi image and also the BCM 50 at different releases. Just let me know if you still need a copy

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