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Personal computers have a limited life span. Bell systems based on these systems can only be expected to last, on average, five years. If you have one of these systems, you should keep the installation and music files backed up on separate media (CD or external memory stick).
 
Personal computers have a limited life span. Bell systems based on these systems can only be expected to last, on average, five years. If you have one of these systems, you should keep the installation and music files backed up on separate media (CD or external memory stick).
  
* [https://web.archive.org/web/20130821171531/http://compuchime.com/church_bells_interest.html Compuchime Support Page]
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* [https://web.archive.org/web/20130821165827/http://compuchime.com/carillons_support.html '''Compuchime''' Scheduling tutorial]
 
 
  
 
Brand names mentioned on this page are not owned by Chime Master Systems.
 
Brand names mentioned on this page are not owned by Chime Master Systems.

Latest revision as of 13:36, 22 June 2018

This page contains links to instructions for other brand bell systems. As far as we have been able to determine, these systems are no longer supported by their original manufacturers. If the links do not help you get your system working again, call us to discuss our upgrade options.

Computer based electronic bell systems

Personal computers have a limited life span. Bell systems based on these systems can only be expected to last, on average, five years. If you have one of these systems, you should keep the installation and music files backed up on separate media (CD or external memory stick).

Brand names mentioned on this page are not owned by Chime Master Systems.