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I've noticed that whenever I load a new system from arc996 into the scanner, it defaults to all systems turned on when I resume scanning. Does anyone know if there is a way to turn "all systems off" simultaneously?

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go to setup on the top then quick keys then move it to the right and select system quickkey status then on the right click off for each colum. then pick what system you want to start up if any at all when you enter a new system.
 

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Ok, that looks good for that situation, thanks. Next is a hardware question. What if I'm scanning 30 or so systems and I want to quickly drop to, say about 3 or 4. Do I have to manually turn off each of the unwanted systems? I would like an option to turn off all systems at once then turn on the few that I want. Would be much quicker. Is it available?

Thanks again, Moose
 
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