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Database conversion question.
#636048 03/24/20 12:51 PM
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I have and old ADIX with software version 6.12 and can no longer connect to the existing CPU card. I do however have a backup of the old database and a new CPU card. is there a way to convert the old dos database up to the windows format so I can just bypass using the dos programmer all together?

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terminills #636064 03/24/20 09:45 PM
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The only way you can pull this off is to load the DOS version 6.12 into your new CPU using the DOS programmer, then re-connect with the suitable Windows programmer and download again. This will allow you to upgrade to any later Windows version pretty easily.


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JBean3329 #636076 03/25/20 10:39 AM
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Thanks,


That's what I thought but I wanted to be sure.

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terminills #636081 03/25/20 03:10 PM
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There was an Adix programmer before the ADIX Programmer version 3.2? It actually ran in DOS? Hope I don't have any systems out there needing that!

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Keyset6 #636105 03/26/20 10:27 AM
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The dos programmers weren't that bad(used them up to windows 7 personally). Just a little harder to upgrade the iwatsu.

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terminills #636108 03/26/20 05:29 PM
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Sounds similar to the DOS programmer we had for Rolm Redwood systems in the 80s. Actually the earlier Procomm was a DOS program now that I think of it. I had it on an IBM PC-Jr.


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