How to re-image CallPilot
1 Depending on your CallPilot system, you will need to hook up:
||202i: USB only
201i: PS/2 and SCSI
600r: PS/2, USB and SCSI
2 Boot CallPilot from the image#1 CD, or image DVD. It may be necessary to alter the BIOS boot options (F2 or Del) to allow this.
If CallPilot will not boot from the disk:
- Watch the boot process, and wait for:BOOT ROM DOS (Y/N)? - press Y and ENTER
- At the DOS prompt, change the drive letter to Z
- Insert the first disk (disk 1) of the re-image CD's
- Now type image.bat (or other batch file name)
3 Follow the on-screen prompts (enter Y at each prompt).
4 The re-image will take about 25 minutes. Feed CD-ROM disks 2 and 3 as prompted (newer systems have one DVD).
5 CallPilot will re-boot several times during the installion process. DO NOT TRY AND LOG IN AT THIS POINT.
6 When the login screen finally appears, log in as Administrator, and start configuration.
7 On the first login after re-imaging, the Configuration Wizard will run... With it you can:
- Optionally, restore configuration from a previous back-up.
- Install PEP's (SU11S file first, GO5C file second).
- Install languages (from CD or USB drive). This will flash the DSP's.
8 When CallPilot is fully configured/restored/functional/in-service, create a new "full-system" backup.
- You can re-image the CP as many times as you want because it's so much fun!
- A replacement HD must be minimum 73GB. With SCSI drives, format using the built-in SCSI BIOS utiliy.