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PAC ME - Hardware Configuration Not Equal

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I am experiencing a hardware configuration issue with PAC Machine Edition that I am hoping you guys can help with. New to GE, but I couldn't find any specific information on how to fix this issue in any of the past posts.

I am updating logic for a client and having issues with one specific project backup. After restoring a known good backup from the client's other computer (Config EQ, Logic EQ), the project is initially equal, but then config goes NEQ after verifying equality. If I do not verify equality, it will be EQ, but when going to download logic changes, it wants to download hardware configuration changes. I have not changed anything after restoring the backup. I have attempted to restore the backup multiple times with the same result. 

I have attached the results of the Verify Equality.

Is there a way to get equality without stopping the processor and downloading? Are there some files missing from this computer that just need to be copied over from another computer?

Any help is much appreciated.

 

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I haven't played with GE stuff in a while, but PME includes the last used programming software itself in the equality check.  The list of items that are not equal appear to be metadata and optional content that might not have been supported on the last used programming tool.  When I encountered this in the past, you could only get out of it with a full download.  And whoever was using different software would be stuck in the same pinch when they came back.

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but when going to download logic changes, it wants to download hardware configuration changes

I'm a little troubled by that statement. I've never had PME prevent me from downloading logic when hardware configuration shows not equal. Please explain. 

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