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SYSTEM READS IN MAINTENANCE

SYSTEM READS IN MAINTENANCE

SYSTEM READS IN MAINTENANCE

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I recently removed equipment from our MICS.  We put a flash vm instead of the nam, removed the 6 port fiber and the 12x0 module.  But the system is looked when it boots up with maintenance on the display.

When i hook up all the old equipment maintenance goes off.  How do I reset the system so it can handle the changes?

RE: SYSTEM READS IN MAINTENANCE

It's because you are removing the 6 port card. I honestly don't know how you are going to go about removing it once it's installed, it's kinda like downgrading the machine and it chokes on stuff like that. The only thing I can think of is to put in new software and pull it up without the card in it.

MRoberts

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