how to upgrade from 800xA 126.96.36.199 to 800xA 188.8.131.52 through rollups
we have one client machine where we have 800xA Base : 800xA 184.108.40.206. this system is not appearing in system configuration console in engineering workstation for deployment as in EWS we have 800xA 220.127.116.11 . how we can upgrade base in client machine. which are the roll up/patched to be installed to upgrade client machine from 800xA18.104.22.168 to 800xA22.214.171.124. We don't have media at location at present. in location media at present is 800xA 126.96.36.199.
So which all roll ups we need to download ?
It is not supported to move computers between different systems.
Before v6.0, it was perhaps "doable" for a seasoned technician but not a documented/official procedure.
As of v6.0 when the new System Installer was introduced, a new era of highly automated and unattended installation saw its first light. However, new nodes must be introduced as "clean" having no leftovers from previous installations of System 800xA.
Uninstalling and "cleaning" is not accepted as some of the ABB software and third party requirements simply just allow one successful installation per Microsoft Windows load. Deploying into a system is a point of no return for any given computer.
Therefore, it is strongly recommended to start any installation of a new computer for use with System 800xA with taking a drive image backup. This "golden image" can become a key to success for a later reload in case the installation must be repaired or rather, be made all over again. This procedure is called "Replace Node" and is very automated and reliable after you have come to terms with the new methodology of installing 800xA v6 and onwards.
As before v6, drive images may be reused between compatible hardware and save you from having to install Microsoft Windows from scratch for every occasion.
If you lack suitable images I sincerely recommend to start off with a clean slate. FORMAT C:\.
Having access to Microsoft media, the original ABB System 800xA media and subsequent revisions and rollups or trusted .iso images of the same are fundamental tools.