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Your processor should be able to essentially blow out the memory on the terminal. From their a dummy program can be loaded to finish wiping out any residual memory. Lastly, you will need to do a completely new core load with your actual file build. The process takes much longer than normal due to the multiple core loads but it is effective. If your processor is not familiar with this or is unable, I would be more than happy to take over your services but am unable to solicit on this site. So, feel free to email me with any questions you may have at CJepson@federal-financial.com. Hope this helps.