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Upgrade IPO rel 9.1.800 to rel 11

Upgrade IPO rel 9.1.800 to rel 11

Upgrade IPO rel 9.1.800 to rel 11

Hi Anyone,

I have plan to Upgrade IPO rel 9.1.800 to rel 11, is it enough space with existing sdcard 4 GB capacity ? because existing IPO rel 9.1.800 use 4 Gb capacity.


RE: Upgrade IPO rel 9.1.800 to rel 11

You should always replace the old 4GB cards as they have a habit of breaking.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: Upgrade IPO rel 9.1.800 to rel 11

Hi Janni78,

any specific issue if we used 4 Gb capacity in IPO Rel 11 ?

RE: Upgrade IPO rel 9.1.800 to rel 11

Yes, it will not have enough space to not cause issues. Just change it for an 8GB one. Format and recreate the card, add the licence as a file called PLDSKeys.xml and a copy of the config labelled config.cfg. Turn the system off, swap the SD, turn the system on, wait about 10 minutes and the system will be upgraded.


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