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  • How do I update IGOR Pro?

    Before you start: Do NOT update to beta versions of Igor. These versions often do not get along with the MFP3D software. Make sure that the web page you download the Igor update says release, and not beta.

    Many MFP3D software updates will require you to update Igor as well, as we use the new features of Igor.

    The easiest way to do this is to:
    • Open Igor Pro.

    • Go to the Help-> Updates for Igor 6.0.x.x menu item. This will take you to a web page on the Wavemetrics site that will tell you if you can update Igor or not.

    If your MFP3D computer is NOT connected to the network, then you have to do some more work. You can download standalone updates for Igor from the support page.
    http://www.wavemetrics.com/support/versions.htm.

    Otherwise you will have to type in a URL; say you have Igor 6.0.1.0, and you want to get updates for that. Then you would type into your web browse the address:
    http://www.wavemetrics.com/Updates/IGORPro/igor6updatecheck.php?version=6.0.1.0&platform=Win
    And of course, if you are running into any trouble with this contact WaveMetrics or [email protected].
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