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M1225 Issue

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I've come across a 4 channel M1225 (I thought the non-alpha numeric's were SM50/SM120 variants on that chassis) that I can't seem to be able to read. I'm thinking the front jack might be bad but just to be sure I should be using Ver. 3.1 of the M1225 RSS (Windows based) correct?
 

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I've come across a 4 channel M1225 (I thought the non-alpha numeric's were SM50/SM120 variants on that chassis) that I can't seem to be able to read. I'm thinking the front jack might be bad but just to be sure I should be using Ver. 3.1 of the M1225 RSS (Windows based) correct?
You will want to get version 4.0 and give that a try. It solved a lot of Windows problems and should run just fine on an XP machine.
 
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