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#29773 07/16/04 03:57 AM
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I have a Comdial DXP system which may have bad COMM Ports. I am going to put in a new DXCPU-68K board. I was wondering if I do this and install the same DXRAM and DXSW boards on the new board, will I loose the database? I can't pull the database because the COMM Ports are dead. I don't want to lose this database. I guess the question is, will I lose the database? The CPU card revisions are different, as well (old one is D and the new one is F [Linked Image from sundance-communications.com].

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You should not lose the current configuration if you swap those cards to the new CPU.
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#29775 07/16/04 05:13 AM
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That works for me. I appreciate the response. Thank you.....


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