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Old 06-28-2008, 12:15 AM   #1
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I have the DIY 9093 MSPNP.
I see on thier website they have now software including the Hi-Res code.

I downloaded it to have a look at what is included, but it's an .exe file not a zip. Is it going to overwrite my existing MS folder?

Which of my existing files should I backup, just in case?

Am I correct that once I load the Hi-Res, I'm starting from scratch again. All my previous settings & changes are gone?
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Old 06-28-2008, 01:02 AM   #2
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save your current car folder just in case but it shouldn't write over it.

You can load your current MSQ into it and have all your previous settings. I believe they fixed that issue where loading a standard res MSQ was giving some people a 2500 rev limit issue. Someone else can chime in on that.
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I agree with paul. Backup your current MS project folder and install the new .exe and transfer the important old files over.

The new 10G hi-res code doesn't have the 2500-3k rpm rev limit issue.
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Thanks guys.
That DIY file sure has a pile of stuff in it. Guess it's a one download fits everybodys system.

An Ociliscope? What's that for?
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You don't need a oscope. Measures wave frequency and all kinds of other cool stuff you don't need to bother with.
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