Appreciate it if you don't try to steer him away from E-Channelizer for the moment.
If he follows my simple instructions, 91W will be back in the box in a literal flash.
Remember as with any program if you don't have a backup and you commit a change. The change sticks.
Since being turned on to the the program, it has worked flawless and is, from 10 minutes ago, much easier and fluid compared to DBE.
What was the initial prompt to overwrite a previously saved lamedb before even reading from my box?
I have an extensive picons folder tweaked to perfection. DBE didn't write them the last time it made me red faced.
Directories were setup correctly as was echannelizer. Nope. Shouldn't be that hard. Hit write and your changes should commit.
Anyway. If he borked 91W with no previously saved file to restore the receiver. What a trip installing a different image to a slot. Once he hit write. It is what it is.
If he noticed a screw up and opened the backup and wrote that to the box. Or made changes to the opened file and wrote. No issues. Happy with the change and working?
Save the lamedb or create a new one. Of course saving as v4, v5, etc. assures an initial restore to a new image using either version is a breeze.
Lets work on the immediate problem first.