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    cant upload them due to the 8mb filesize limit :-\ the firmwares are ~18mb a op, and the pc client softwares are 70-100+mb

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    Perhaps a dropbox link or similar?

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    Yep dropbox should help, or even MEGA.

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    If someone will send direct the files to me, I'll load them into my dropbox space and open the link for all.

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    Fred, check your PM.

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    Checked and appreciated, thank you.

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    Anytime.

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    Re: the firmware itself....

    "The SD Card is 4Gb. It holds a Config, Several .mrl files and any prints you submit via USB or WiFi. The .mrl files are Graphics Images of what is displayed in the LCD.
    When loading a Firmware update the proper language pack is selected and saved to the SD card. So, what I am saying you're flogging a dead horse pursuing the contents of the SD.
    If you want something to look at, grab any .ar firmware update file and look at with a Hex editor. There are three areas of interest: first one is all the .mrl files, next Image695 which is the actual hex code
    for the G-Code executable and the flash boot loader. The third is Boot.bin which brings everything up after the Flash is loaded and btn.bin which is the hard reset.
    The processor is a PIC32MX695F512L.Which is actually a MIPs M4Core.
    Download MPLAB IDE from Microchip (it's free). Load Image695.hex, run the simulator and look at the code until you get X-eyed and throw up."

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    I saw that. So where is the cartridge data kept? And how do we purge it?

    That was more my idea of having access to the SD card. If a simple reset lets it forget cartridge data, you can disconnect before the write.

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    On the cartridge chip, probably?

 

 

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