At the program for mentally-handicapped people where I work, I have a large CNC Router that my woodshop teachers got from a school several years ago. I had to replace the electronics with new ones. The machine came with NEMA 34 stepper motors with six wires. I used MondoStep 7.8 Bi-Polar Stepper Motor Drivers, PBX-MX Parallel Isolated Breakout Board, and USB SmoothStepper Board. This year, we had to move from an old building to a new building. Two days ago, my teachers moved the machine over. Today, I couldn't get the machine to work. I already have the Smoothieboard V1.1 that I bought for my small CNC router that I built at home. This means that I have to replace Mach3 software with Smoothieboard software. I took a look at cnc-mill-guide [Smoothieware] but I'm afraid of making mistakes that would kill the Smoothieboard and/or the stepper drivers. Any suggestions?