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Loading / Saving & Storing / Restoring configurations

To begin with, you have MotionLab3’s initial window opened and have connected to your Everest drive (if you do not know how to do this, refer to this link: Example of a basic connection to a drive). Then, you need to click on the “Inspector” (green square on the picture below) and “Drive explorer” (blue square below) buttons at the top right corner of your screen. After that, click on the picture of the Everest drive (orange square below) in the explorer so that you can get an updated view of the “Inspector” (red square below) with new buttons to perform the following operations:

  • Load a configuration file that you have in your computer and write it into the drive (not in the non-volatile memory)
  • Save the configuration of the drive that is currently stored in the non-volatile memory.
  • Store the current configuration into the non-volatile memory of the drive. 
  • Restore the configuration of the drive
  • Update the firmware by using the FTP bootloader

The importance of storing the configurations

Any register that you write within the MotionLab3 interface is only a temporary change in the drive so make sure to store all these changes with the "Store all" button or otherwise all these changes will be lost after power cycling the drive.

An alternative way of doing this is in the last step of the configuration Wizard: Summary.
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