I do. What kind of problem are you having with it?
So, it's not removing a specific card that solves the issues that correct?
Yes, but you can download the database using hyper terminal and Windows or any terminal program. The process is a bit involved as it usually is with one of these systems. Here are the steps:
A PC terminal connected to the RS-232C port on the MPB, or remotely through the19.2K baud modem, is used for database programming. When using a data terminal (ASCII orPC capable of emulating an ASCII terminal) on-site or locally, to program the system:1. Press <Enter> on the terminal.2. Enter the password [default = 3226vodavi], and press <Enter> again. Proper entry of thepassword ***** in the Adm> prompt. Proceed with programming referring to Figure F-1on page F-4 for terminal characters that represent the key set buttons. By entering [?]from the terminal, a Help screen displays.When entering the system remotely via a PC, access to the modem is accomplished byaccessing Port 499 through a direct ringing assignment or through DISA or by beingtransferred to Port 499.HYPERTERMINAL -- Downloading a Database FileAfter opening HyperTerminal, and the New Connection screen displays, complete thefollowing steps:1. Type connection name and select appropriate icon, then click <OK>.2. When the Phone Number screen displays, change the setting in the Connect Using boxto: ***** ***** COM1, and then click <OK>.3. Once the COM1 Properties screen displays, change the settings as shown, and then click<OK>._ Baud Rate = 19.2K_ Parity = None_ Data Bits = 8_ Stop Bits = 1_ Flow Control = Xon/Xoff or None4. Press <Enter> and complete the following fields:5. On the tool bar, click <Transfer> and select Receive File.6. Change Receive Protocol setting to XMODEM, and click <Receive>.7. Type database filename and click <OK>. The Adm> prompt displays when the file transferis complete.
If I knew of one I would've provided that to but to my knowledge they don't have anything special to administer their system.
Yes download downloads from the phone to the computer.
If you don't know the database name, you can dump the database from the system to print it. I believe that has the database name in it. It's been about 10 years since I've done this, so I'm not sure about whether it does.
Press the ENTIRE SYSTEM flexible button (FLASH 85, Button #8). The following message displays:
. To print the entire database, press the HOLD button. The display updates to indicate what portion of the database is printing. 3. When the system finishes sending the database to the printer, a confirmation tone sounds.