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BUSEFUL Backup

Why isn't the bUSEFUL Backup (Backup_NEC.Arm.Cab) on the Internal Disk?

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The bUSEFUL Backup Plus Folder located in the Internal Disk of the Mobile Pro 900 contains a CAB file named Backup_NEC.Arm.Cab. This file is not marked read only and being a Windows CE application , it will delete itself after installing the application. To obtain another copy of the Bsquare Installation file, please locate this file on the included CD-Rom and replace the one in the Internal Disk as necessary.

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