9150 made a 3150 now cant usb image back to 9150?

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    earlytv
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    From ebay got 3 dirt cheap 9150, 512meg flash, 256meg ram.
    They some how were made into 3150s and used very little of the flash.
    Now with USB IMAGER cant go back to 9150, 512meg XPE? Image process aborts very early?

    What can be done?
    Bios is 1.15

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    ngrochal
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    I have 9150 made to 3150 with CE……cant get it to flash back to 9150. Incompatible firmware.

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    ConfGen
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    If a Wyse client is converted to a different OS the so called security key is changed. You will need a conversion kit from Wyse to convert them back to XPe.

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    earlytv
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    If one had the push k file from a conversion kit any way to get the usb imager to push that? I have never set up a network to push items I have always used the USB imager or the clone image restore USB.
    Or I need a step by step instructions for dummies, ME, on how to set up a net to push items.

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    I think I am getting a 9150 with a 512meg image that I can steal, clone, to install in my other 512meg units?

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    Hi earlytv
    Did you ever get the 9150’s flashed backed back from 3150’s or is the conversion kit suggested the only option?
    I wonder how much that would cost from wyse?
    Is it a hardware or software fix from them?
    Thanks

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    It is a SW fix.
    The easiest would be to send the units back to a Wyse repair center. I guess this is faster, easier and cheaper to get XPe back on the units.

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