Old system - new component

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    I have an older cbus controller (circa 1999) and can access and modify the original Key4/2/1 switches via the cbus toolkit (ver 1.10.9), however recently I had a faulty Key4 switch replaced with a KeyC4. When I go to edit this Unit, I get a "Error - 2064" message requesting I get the updated version of the toolkit. I go away and upgrade my toolkit to ver 1.15.7 and go to connect, I get a msg that it can't read the Project and I have to upgrade the Project. Any ideas??
     
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    What's the extension on the project file? Is it .xml or .tag
     
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    #.cbz
     
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    The .cbz file is a backup file. It's a zipped copy of one or more projects created by the FILE/BACKUP PROJECTS menu item. You can restore these via Toolkit or extract them with ZIP.

    Toolkit tag files are stored in C:\Clipsal\C-Gate2\tag.
    If you were using Toolkit 1.10.9 you should have a .xml file that the latest version of toolkit should be able to read.

    Post what you have in C:\Clipsal\C-Gate2\tag and what's inside the .cbz file.
     
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