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Used 64mb CF card backup from CS1000 PABX

Used 64mb CF card backup from CS1000 PABX

Used 64mb CF card backup from CS1000 PABX


Dear Gents,
I have a 64mb SANDISK CF card used for database backup from a decommissioned CS1000 PABX in an old location.
My question is can I get the same CF card and used it to create a backup on another CS1000 PABX from another Site?
Any inputs will be really appreciated.
Thanks Gents

RE: Used 64mb CF card backup from CS1000 PABX

if you are just asking can you reuse the card elsewhere then yes, I would normally format it on the new system just so there its clean really think from memory its "formatCf 0" in pdt for a none bootable format (if you don't put a number on the end it prompts you with the two types).

RE: Used 64mb CF card backup from CS1000 PABX

Yes!. Any compatible pcmcia card will be fine across different software releases. If I recall correctly, you can store up to 10 different backups from one card.

Firebird Scrambler

Nortel & Avaya Meridian 1 / Succession & BCM / Norstar Programmer

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RE: Used 64mb CF card backup from CS1000 PABX

Many thanks bignose21 & Firebird Scrambler.
Happy holidays gents.santacheers

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