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And the next message I received (after over 5 minutes) seemed to be confirming that.
It said, “Updating controller symbols has timed out.
Recovering RSView ME 3.x or 4.0 Application Files (from Allen Bradley) In order to recover the application files, it is assumed that you will be using a Win2K or Win XP machine that is already configured as a development station (for example, RSView Studio 3.x is installed).
This procedure involves accessing temporary files on the computer. To make hidden files visible open Control Panel -RSView Enterprise. Now you need to locate the temporary files created for your running application.
Now you may ask, why would anyone have anything besides the target PLC in the target tab?
Well not everyone is able to commission their HMI's prior to installation.
Create a new project with the same name as the file of the ~mer.00 folder. Right-click on the Displays in the Applications Explorer (of this new project) and choose Add component into application….
Add all the gfx files from the Gfx folder in the C:\Documents and Settings\username\Local Settings\Temp\~MER.00 directory. Copy the rest of the folders from this directory to the new project directory: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Documents\RSView Enterprise\ME\HMI projects\Project Name A error I had today with a Panel View Plus 700 was that after downloading new application the HMI wouldn’t boot, and displayed the following error messages. Using the down arrow on the keyboard scroll down and select safe boot up and remove application, this will reset everything expect any installed updates.
He graciously agreed, and what I found was pretty strange – something I had never seen before.
On boot, I was getting a message saying, “Loading symbol from RSLinx Enterprise, please wait.” This message seemed to coincide with the clients suspicion that the large number of end user aliases in the controller may have been the culprit.
Calls to tech support and several other troubleshooting steps lead nowhere.