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TDA100 TDA0920 SDCard and update

TDA100 TDA0920 SDCard and update

TDA100 TDA0920 SDCard and update

Hello, I would like to ask you if you can assist me in finding a solution to my problem. I have an old TDA100 system we use to communicate with our customers (an E1 trunk and 4 extensions - 2 VoIP) for the last six years. As we are trying to integrate a mobile phone as an extension and also use some more modern PT 5xx phones, we stumbled upon a problem. The TDA0920 problem. We bought such a card but the files on it were for the TDA100D with the DMPR board. The file for the processing board was DPMPR and not PMPR as it should. We tried with no success to find the right files and I am not willing to spend hundreds of euros on an old stock card. Also, is someone willing to share a 5.01 version for the European TDA100 MPR board? Thank You!

RE: TDA100 TDA0920 SDCard and update

Note 1: I'm not sure about solution below. Let's wait for comments of collegues.

Note 2: First of all you shold ask your distributor about this case.

Did you compare files of your original SD-card and TDA0920 card? AFAIR, TDA0920 card include an additional files for extended features.
If I'm right, make a backup of TDA0920 content to your PC. Then replace the PRIVATE folder of TDA0920 with PRIVATE folder from your current SD-card, and then just add into this folder those additional files.

Telephone communication like an air: you do not notice it until you spoil it.

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