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INOVA 400 Instructions

INOVA 400 Instructions

Logging in for the first time
Starting VNMR
Running VNMR for the first time
Initializing gradient shimming.
Gradient autoshimming
Saving your files in VNMR


When you log in for the first time:
To prevent VNMR from changing to strange colcors:
1.    Quit all windows except the icon bar on the bottom of the screen
2.    Log out
3.    Log in again
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Starting VNMR:
1.    Right click on the desktop which opens the "workspace menu"
2.    Click on tools -> terminal
3.    In the terminal window type: vnmr
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When you run VNMR for the first time:
From the command line type:
1.    newuser
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To initialize gradient shimming do this once:
From the command line type:
1.    gmapsys
On the toolbar click:
1.    Shimmaps -> Shimmap Files -> cd to System dir (If you don't see "cd to System dir", click "cd to User dir" and it will appear)
2.    Select "LOAD_ME.fid" in the file window
3.    Click Load Map & Params
4.    Click Return         on the menubar, not on the keyboard.
5.    Click Quit
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Gradient autoshimming in manual operation:
Click Main Menu-> Setup -> Shim -> Gradient Autoshim on Z
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To save your files in VNMR:
If you want to access your files from other computers you must save them in the folder /export/home/your_username/vnmrsys/data or /data/your_username. This directory should be the default. To check if the directory is set correctly, from the command line type:
1.    pwd
2.    If the answer is not /data/your_username then
a.    type cd ('/data/your_username')
OR
b.    Click Main Menu -> DATA
then save your file by typing
3.    svf
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Questions, concerns, comments? Contact Ivan Keresztes, B-54, 255 0709, ik54@cornell.edu