SET IO LINK 0

viningvining X MemberPosts: 4,301
I had to remotely update a system that had several cable boxes changed out this morning and the new boxes no longer had a control outlet on the back to use to link the IO. I figured just eliminating the SET IO LINK x line wouldn't undo what was previous set so I looked at PI which tells us to use 0 to disable it. Well this NI processor did not like that one bit. It would start booting up get to a certain point and crash and start booting up again. Never had a reason to try this before so of the things I changed this was the last thing I undid to make the processor happy once again. Dealing with AMX for maintenance only is not fun. At least when I was programming new systems wasting time on its quirks could be absorbed in the overall job, now it can't. Not too mention that I'm older and I don't remember this **** since I hardly use it anymore.
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