Loading the disk image is the way to upgrade the software to a new version of code in an Emphasis
system. It is also the last resort method for getting a system up and running again if you suspect a server lockup caused by software.
Keep in mind that if you use this utility, it is a very drastic step that can change the way a system
functions. EVERYTHING on the server reverts to whatever default is on the disk image. This includes
things such as System ID, Server IP address, Facepanel type, and ALL user interface settings. All
software and/or driver files (printer, mouse, etc.) that have been loaded by an end user will be lost and
must be reloaded.
Occasions where an image reload would be appropriate:
There are 2 levels of reloading the disk image.
Again, make sure that you are very sure this is necessary before proceeding.
Now see "Emphasis: Reloading the Disk Image"
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