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    Question CIOS38 rev 16 Question.

    I'm just double checking before do something I can not fix.
    I was reading this Post, then it got me thinking so I browsed the site some more and didn't find much on want I was looking for.
    If I update to CIOS38 rev 16 it Edits IOS249 correct To update to this I would just update using a WAD or is there anything else I should know before updating.

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    Just install the cIOS38 rev16, it will overwrite any previous version you have installed.

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    does it have anything to do with IOS249 or am I getting that from something else?

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    can you downgrade if you dont like cIOS38 rev16 back to 14 thanks

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    @virgil79
    Can you maybe make your own topic and not hijack mine?

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    well we are talking about the the same thing

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    cIOS38 rev16 installs as IOS249.
    cIOS38 rev15 installs as IOS249.
    cIOS38 rev14 installs as IOS249.
    cIOS38 rev13 installs as IOS249.
    etc............................
    You get the picture.

    They all install to the 249 slot. When you install one version, the other gets overwritten (replaced).

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    Thanks a lot!
    Last edited by TweakedEh; 01-11-2010 at 07:30 PM.

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