I have a 1997 version of millplus running on my DMU 80t. We recently had a lightning strike that took out the processor. I had that repaired. I then began inputting the machine constants into the machine. I put a wrong # in the file and now the software is hung up. When millplus boots up I get a "Divide error on 80486" and the constant that was entered wrong is displayed. I can't edit it from the keyboard. The machine displays the error than reboots the millplus software. I've tried everything I can think of to clear this. DMU claims there is a .CM file on the hard drive that has to be replaced in order to clear this error. I can't find that file of any other program file on the hard disk.
Any help here would be greatly appreciated.