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Nach

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Use BootCamp to install windows on another partition and you can then boot your Mac into windows.  With a little google-fu, you can find all the instructions.
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Use BootCamp to install windows on another partition and you can then boot your Mac into windows.  With a little google-fu, you can find all the instructions.


I used this method on my Mac using a copy of windows xp professional. Works great
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No idea how to do that [frown]
 http://www.apple.com/support/bootcamp/

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Whats the most recent version of escribe??

I have 1.0.25

cannot see dropdown for 2 cell batt selection.

Nevermind!!!!

downloaded pre-release version 7-27 and now I have i.t
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A short write up of Virtualbox and a thread to try an gather mac questions into one place:

http://evolvapor.forumchitchat.com/post/mac-suppport-7534870?pid=1288198761#post1288198761
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Any body knows how to copy the settings from one dna chip to another ?
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You can do that with the file menu.

Connect the DNA you want to copy from and allow escribe to download the settings.  Click file->save and save the settings to a file.  Disconnect that DNA.  Connect the DNA you want to copy to and allow escribe to download the settings.  Click file->open and pick the file you just saved.  Click upload settings to device.  The second DNA now has the same settings as the first.

I tried it with a single DNA and it worked.  I could save the settings, disconnect, change all the settings on the mod, reconnect and restore all the settings to the way they were.  I don't have two built yet but the procedure above should work.
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You can do that with the file menu.

Connect the DNA you want to copy from and allow escribe to download the settings.  Click file->save and save the settings to a file.  Disconnect that DNA.  Connect the DNA you want to copy to and allow escribe to download the settings.  Click file->open and pick the file you just saved.  Click upload settings to device.  The second DNA now has the same settings as the first.

I tried it with a single DNA and it worked.  I could save the settings, disconnect, change all the settings on the mod, reconnect and restore all the settings to the way they were.  I don't have two built yet but the procedure above should work.


I tried this with more than one and it worked for me.

But, only use this if all other parameters are identical, i.e. battery, case, etc.  For example, different set-ups require a different case analysis or battery analysis.
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Hey guys;
I've been getting confused about the eScribe software and the DNA 200 board's firmware versions, and how to update them, and where to get the update files. I thought I had this under control, but I've had the mod a couple months, and the software and DNA 200 firmware hasn't been updated since I first got it. (v 2015.9.30 I don't know if that is the software version, or it is the firmware version; and yes, I have it to auto check for updates.) Is the "Update Firmware" in the "Tools" menu to update the software, the firmware, or both? Where do I get the files to update them? If someone could please fill me in, that would be great. I Looked at the "FAQ and Files (Software and Firmware)" thread, and it tells nothing. Is there a specific place where Evolv keeps the stuff they post? They should separate their stuff from threads other users post; if they don't already.

Thanks for your help,
XenonRam
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In EScribe under Help/About EScribe you will find the software version.  In Device Monitor in EScribe in the lower right hand corner you will find the firmware version installed in the device.  The latest EScribe version is 1.0.35.2 and latest unofficial firmware version is 2015-9-30. Official releases will come thru EScribe.  Both unofficial and official ones are shown in thread listed below (post #1).

Software and Firmware>Early Firmware

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Nowy Firmware 2016-02-12 ?
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its awesome, so pleased, really really good, thanks evolv blokes..
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Can we now set temp as the primary setting?
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Can we now set temp as the primary setting?

Yes, by profile, you can make them all like that if you want.  Plus 1 degree temp increment, being able to change wire type from the device (lock then hold all 3 buttons down) and having the wire type on screen are the highlights for me.

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Latest versions of EScribe: DNA 200/250DNA 75
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Cool, having the wire type too, was naming them as profiles. Have to do an update later and have a play. Thanks
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