Originally Posted by shawnsheridan
No, you wouldn't be. Worst case scenario is that you will encounter a module(s) that you simply cant read the coding data from, and you will get a [C012] missing CAFD error in E-Sys; however, you can do no harm.
The newer the PSdZData you are using, the less likelihood of that occurring is, so you would want to use 48.1 if at all possible.
Thank you very much for the advice! I think I am using 46.3.
If you wouldn't mind PM'ing me with links for something more recent, I'd appreciate it.
Happy new year!