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Bruker off-line reprocessing
« on: June 08, 2020, 09:39:02 am »
Just got this in an email from Bruker:

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Which is interesting.

I haven't checked this recently (we no longer have a Bruker EDS system in our lab), but if one installs the Bruker software in "demo" mode, it will allow Probe for EPMA to make the get net intensity/quantify spectra calls, to allow re-processing of EDS spectra in Probe for EPMA.

Remember that beginning in v. 2.1 of the Esprit software you must copy and re-name their 3rd party API DLL as Gareth Seward describes here:

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Starting with v. 2.1 of Esprit, the RTIfcClient.dll file has been renamed to Bruker.API.Esprit.dll

PFE still looks for the original RTIfcClient.dll file name, so you will need to rename the new file.

After renaming, the file should be placed in the SysWOW64 folder so that all PFE/PI apps can access it.

It is perhaps sensible to remove all occurrences of the older version of RTIfcClient.dll before renaming the new version.
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