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CF card back up for CS1000 PIV

CF card back up for CS1000 PIV

CF card back up for CS1000 PIV

Hi Gents,
I would like to create a new CF backup for our CS1000 PIV system. I read some discussions here that sandisk CF card is recommended. Can I possibly use other brand name for backup? I look in the local market and for sandisk 32g is available. No lower than this.
Please help.

RE: CF card back up for CS1000 PIV

you can use just about make as long as it works, I am not sure on Rls 6 what size is supported possibly 2Gb but put it in and format it from PDT (formatCf2 0) see if you can access and copy a file to it.

RE: CF card back up for CS1000 PIV

Thanks bignose21. What I mean is Im planning to buy a blank sandisk CF card and insert it the active CPU CF card slot and performed EDD. or maybe leave it there until the midnite routine happen and perform EDD on the RMD. Is this possible? will the 32gb sandisk CF card work or a lower CF card is accepted. Thanks

RE: CF card back up for CS1000 PIV

I don't think so, it doesn't really mention it in the NTP but I am sure it was around 2Gb max. The reason I mention formatting and copying a file is then you would know if its going to work.

RE: CF card back up for CS1000 PIV

hi bignose21. I will try to get a sandisk 2gb CF card and try to create a database backup of the cs1000. many thanks for your help.

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