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Old 04-14-2015, 04:09 PM   #1
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Module reprogramming using IDS

Hi,

I want to change some as built code for the ACM (basic to shaker 500 upgrade). When I open the Module programming option, a new set of option is offered : Module reprogramming & Programmable Module installation. I tried to use the first option but there is only the module APIM being displayed. The second option, does not allow me to change the code.

Is there a way to change only specific as built code for ACM ?

thanks,

Robert
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