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  1. #14
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    I sent it to your Yahoo address.....

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    If you haven't gotten a copy yet let me know were I can email you a copy I have one that works fine on my XP computer. Talk to you soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalintellex View Post
    If you haven't gotten a copy yet let me know were I can email you a copy I have one that works fine on my XP computer. Talk to you soon.
    shifferbrains sent me a copy of UCIS32. I haven't tried it yet, but I am not expecting any problems. If you have a different program, send it over to neonhomer at yahoo dot com.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neonhomer View Post
    shifferbrains sent me a copy of UCIS32.
    Oops!... Sorry Neon, I sent you the wrong file. I meant to send you CIS32. I will re-send.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shifferbrains View Post
    Oops!... Sorry Neon, I sent you the wrong file. I meant to send you CIS32. I will re-send.
    Cool... Thanks again...

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    Just wondering if I can get a copy as well, I got couple TECs that needs to be re configured

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    I'm also needing CIS32. Googled this thread while moving my HVAC specialists laptop from 98 to XP. My MMI.EXE gives me the same error as the original post. On a similar note, MMI is the app to access the TECs, what is the app that can access the Panels? I have a app called SCU (SCUTERM) in the same folder as the CIS. Is that the one?

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    I ended up fixing my MMI to get it to work.... lemme dig out the CIS and post it up on Rapidshare...

    Code:
    http://rapidshare.com/files/145914054/Cis32.exe
    http://rapidshare.com/files/145914284/Ucis32.exe
    Not sure which is which... I think CIS32 is the one you want. UCIS32 was sent to me by accident, but I posted it up too..


    I am trying to build up a collection of control software.

    Anyone have a Summit 17 CD I can borrow for a few minutes?
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    run-time error R6009
    - not enough space for environment


    The error seems to be caused by the different DOS command interpreter used by Windows XP (cmd.exe vs. command.exe).

    I was able to use the older command.exe to fire up CIS, but experienced multiple comm errors that made CIS unreliable.

    DOSBox seems to work.
    http://www.dosbox.com/

    I have used CIS, PTS, and UCIS on both XP and Vista using DOSbox.
    The serial port has to be set up in the configuration file, but that's about all.

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    I had toyed with the idea of DOSBox, but as this isn't my laptop, I didn't want to add any learning curve at all. The CIS32 on Rapidshare in neonhomer's reply works perfectly. I hooked it up to a TEC and everything showed up. Thanks!

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    We use XP laptops without problems for MMI. Most of those computers use a SP1 or no SP in their XP. My system is a XP SP3 system. (Advantages of using your own laptop!) I did manage to get MMI to work, I just forgot how.

    With the CIS32, it works fine.

    I forgot what UCIS32 did...
    NeonHomer
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    UCIS was the 'CIS' used to talk to the UC.

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    Hated UC's

    I always hated those UC's I am glad not to touch them again.

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