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  • 1. November 2012, Volume 3, Issue 11 BENTLY NEVADA™ SYSTEM 1® TIPS & TRICKSDear System 1® User,This issue of System 1 Tips and Tricks is a continuation of the October 2012 issue where we showed you how to open a System 1Archive. If your archive was created by an older version of System 1 and you upgraded to a newer version, the archive needs to beupdated so it can be viewed by your current version of System 1 Display. In this issue we’ll show you how to update older archives.We hope you enjoy this issue!Sincerely,Your North America FAE teamThis month’s tip by: Stuart Rochon, Field Application Engineer, Chester, SCVersions: User Level:All Power User Diagnostic UserApplies to: IT GroupSystem Database Tools Mid Level User Occasional User New User Updating a System 1 Archive1 We are assuming that you have System 1 Database tools installed for this segment. Open System 1 database tools.
  • 2. 2 Click “Server” > “Connect”. The local computer name should be in the dialogue box. If so, Click “OK”, if not, browse for your local computer or just type in the name.3 Now you should see something similar to this.
  • 3. 4 Choose “Server” > “Update Archive”5 Browse to the location of the archive to be updated. In this case, we’ll pick “MyArchive”. Highlight the file and click “Open”
  • 4. 6 You’ll now see the following screen. Click “Update in the upper right hand corner.7 Do backup the file or use a copy of the file. If the backup folder does not exist it will ask if it is OK to create the folder. Click “Begin Update”.
  • 5. 8 Updating will begin and will run through the updates from one version to the next until it’s up to date.9 Here we’re going from version 6.75 to 6.8
  • 6. 1 If all goes well we will get the “Green Bar of Happiness”. If not, you’re glad you made a backup first. The0 archive is now up to date and can be opened from Display.DID YOU KNOW?We now offer a new RESULTS SSA (Supporting Service Agreement) package. This subscription-based serviceagreement is ideal for operators that may have significant resource constraints and are currently using the BentlyNevada 3500 or 3500 Encore Series, but do not currently own and use System 1 software. For more informationon the RESULTS SSA, please visit our website, or contact your local Bently Nevada Sales Manager.Bently Nevada Technical Support:bntechsupport@ge.com775-215-1818Bently Nevada website:http://www.ge-mcs.com/en/bently-nevada.html