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Old 23rd September 2013, 12:54 AM   #1
Randy62 is offline Randy62  United States
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Default DEI Bitwriter and Directed amps

I have a Directed D1200 amp that is in steady flash mode.The bitwriter would let me change some settings but not others,and now I cant change some of the settings that I changed before.
I have v2.6 in it now.Does the major/minor revisions,transitter # have anything to do with it?It stated that the antitheft was turned off the first time it read the file,and still is.
Anybody have any experience with these?

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Old 28th September 2013, 11:52 PM   #2
Randy62 is offline Randy62  United States
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Ive read through the threads on here about the PIC going bad.What Im wondering is if it is bad would it still let the bitwriter read and write some files.
Does anybody have any tips on bypassing the PIC board?
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