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    Default PROT command

    How to use the PROT command on OSP system?
    An alarm occurs when i try this command with protected file

    PROT MD0:xxxxx.PBU;C (for do unprotected file)

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    Default Re: PROT command

    PROT command only works on files of protection level 1. System files are level 2 and cannot be unprotected by the normal;C command in order to keep them from being tampered with or accidentally deleted. DIR;P should show prot levels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OkumaWiz View Post
    PROT command only works on files of protection level 1. System files are level 2 and cannot be unprotected by the normal;C command in order to keep them from being tampered with or accidentally deleted. DIR;P should show prot levels.
    Hi Wizard
    How about the USE command in os mode?

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    Default Re: PROT command

    Once in OS mode, level 2 can be unprotected to edit such things as gauging MSB files by using PROT command. Warning : you are entering the danger zone.

    Most of the system files are compiled so editing is next to impossible. A decompiler is required.

    What is it you are trying to edit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OkumaWiz View Post
    Once in OS mode, level 2 can be unprotected to edit such things as gauging MSB files by using PROT command. Warning : you are entering the danger zone.

    Most of the system files are compiled so editing is next to impossible. A decompiler is required.

    What is it you are trying to edit?
    Msg files

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    Default Re: PROT command

    what kind of file is a msg type ?

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