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eMG80 - problem with loading saved database in the Offline tool

eMG80 - problem with loading saved database in the Offline tool

eMG80 - problem with loading saved database in the Offline tool

Hi All,
I have an early version eMG80, probably a ver 1.1.
I have tried to load a saved database from this system into the Offline admin tool. But when I do it throws up an error saying the file is too big.
I start the offline tool and this opens a browser with the login screen and I input the default user name and password. Then I go to the Database area and browse the file location and it goes through the motions of loading it in, the green progress bar goes from left to right then it throws up a message saying it has failed due to the file size. I don’t recall having a problem with this before, but I haven’t worked on it for a couple of years. Any ideas? I think the offline tool is V1.1 too. Whatever the system version and offline tool version are that I am using are exactly what they were when it last worked. I have tried to use different browsers and different PCs too.

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