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Post  joe82 on Thu Oct 03, 2019 4:04 pm

just wondering if anyone is running there 7000 un updated from original before the first or second update,if so how do you mind it and how hard is it to remove and re add them im planning a testing program/site for the gpx 5000 and 12x6 xcoil against the evo12' and would like to play also with the 7000 in all ways possible, the site will consist of 2' poly tubes into a sher loamy bank set at 2' intervals 2468 ect 30cm appart down to around 20-24 inch if possible (my own personal test site) any ideas also would be great cheers joe, Cool

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Post  davsgold on Thu Oct 03, 2019 4:50 pm

joe82 wrote:just wondering if anyone is running there 7000 un updated from original before the first or second update,if so how do you mind it and how hard is it to remove and re add them im planning a testing program/site for the gpx 5000 and 12x6 xcoil against the evo12' and would like to play also with the 7000 in all ways possible, the site will consist of 2' poly tubes into a sher loamy bank set at 2' intervals 2468 ect 30cm appart  down to around 20-24 inch if possible (my own personal test site) any ideas also would be great cheers joe, Cool  

G'day Joe82

For the updates on the 7000, yes you can roll them back, bit tedious but can be done. First you need to download the original software (from ML web site) to you Computer, and then download the 1st update and then the 2nd update, so you have all the software on your PC.

Then by hooking up the cable from the back of the 7000 (behind the screen) and to a USB port on PC select original software from PC and follow the prompts once complete you will need to do the ferrite balance then the normal balance the noise cancel and get the machine running how you want it.

Do your tests, then hook the cable back up to the 7000 and connect to a USB port again on PC, then select 1st update software, and do all the balance things to get the detector running how you want it to do the tests.

Then do the same procedure for the 2nd up date etc etc, like I say a bit tedious but can be done.

cheers dave

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Post  joe82 on Thu Oct 03, 2019 6:23 pm

ok cool Cool will look into that will also have to pm you about the findings of the 12x6 xcoil soon

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Post  davsgold on Thu Oct 03, 2019 6:49 pm

joe82 wrote:ok cool Cool will look into that will also have to pm you about the findings of the 12x6 xcoil soon

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Post  joe82 on Fri Oct 04, 2019 3:36 pm

ok so after looking through all the minilab sites fourms and other places where the bloody hell do you find these updates all the sites I have checked show error or page content gone WTF??????? (ps not real good on the computer Mad )

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Post  davsgold on Fri Oct 04, 2019 3:43 pm

Just go to the Mimelab web site and choose Metal detectors and then choose GPZ7000 and then choose downloads and the three downloads are there and also the exchange2 software

https://www.minelab.com/metal-detectors/gpz-7000
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