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post #1 of 3 Old 08-10-2012, 04:47 PM - Thread Starter
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Does one exist? r perhaps instructions? I have the SW downloaded and fiddling around, but it woulld be nice to have some instruction befor break something. To me, it's not vey intuitive.

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When I bought ControlCal I received an e-mail with a few PDF files with instructions about how to use it with my Kuro, I think those are available on their forums as well.

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rich has a v2 Edition, the steps to activate and adjust a ISFccc memory is similar as v1.50 (there is a User's Guide for v1.50) except the additional steps for the network interface. I do email step by step instructions for this though, you just have to follow each step. I'll email those steps again to you rich.

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