Is it safe to update CNC12?

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ashesman
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Is it safe to update CNC12?

Post by ashesman »

I see there is a version 4.20 CNC12 software available now. I am on 4.18. Is it safe to just install the new version to update? I don't want it to overwrite my customised files or break my software license!
polaraligned
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Re: Is it safe to update CNC12?

Post by polaraligned »

I did it about 6 weeks ago. Back up your cncm directory and make a fresh report.
I did a restore report after the install and all was fine.
ashesman
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Re: Is it safe to update CNC12?

Post by ashesman »

OK, thanks. I will give it a go. Fingers crossed!
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