CF-19 Mk4 vs Mk6

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  1. Liteace

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    I'll have a play with the spare 1tb sata that I took out of the Mk4, I'll clone the loaded ssd with the sata and put that in the mk6 and see what happens, that way I've still got a functioning Mk4, then when Im 100% with it I'll do the big swap

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    Is the battery and power supply / charger the same for both Mk4 and Mk6

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  4. Shawn

    Shawn Crackpot Search Ninja and Options Whore

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    Yes, battery and charger will work in both.
     
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    Is this a recovery partition, if so how do I boot from it ?




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    Last page of BIOS.
    There should be a listing for restore or recover
     
  7. Liteace

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    Thanks Shawn.
    When you say "last page" is that the boot section, also how do I boot onto system test or diagnostics mode, i think I done it on my of my other CF's to check front switches but can't remember

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    press F2 right at start up during blue Panasonic screen
     
  9. Liteace

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    Yes i can access the bios no problem but not seen anything in there regarding recovery or restore

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    I will boot my mk6 when I get home. Then I can post a photo and check the size of that partition
     
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