Hello, I am new to this forum though I have used it for reference couple times in the past. My question is related to the Calibration / verification records, specifically the requiremets under letters: g) verification that the software version used for product and process control is as specified; i) production-related software verification used for product and process control (including software installed on employee-owned, customer-owned equipment, on on-site supplier-owned equipment). The "g" first. If I understand it correctly, does the verification of the software means measuring a master sample and comparing with master results? For example, if I use 3D measurement machine (Kayence), then the verification is by measuring a sample that was also measured elsewhere (e.g. calibrated by external lab)? But what about the "version" part? If I use Kayence as a reference, it would mean that I have to always ensure up-to-date software regardless of how efficient the current version is and/or how applicable? Second, the "i". This gets me more confused. Lets use two examples. 1) Part of the production automatic line is camera control that measures and/or compares with limit data. 2) Production machine (e.g. injection moulding like Bruderer) has a built-in software that regulates pressures etc. In the first instance, would the verification be enough by setting a "dummy" part as a way of verification that the camera system passes only ok parts? Here where I get it mixed with the "g" because it seems very similar if not the same, to me. In the second instance, if I control the parts that come out of the injection process, I indirectly control the machine's parameters, is that not? I mean, if the pressure is not correct, the part will not be ok. During the product/process release at the beginning of every shift, we control that the parameters are set correctly according the working instructions. Is that enough? We don't have any findings from CB for this, but we are going through IATF to properly address some issues. Sorry for the very long post, I wanted to describe everything as best as I could. Any advice, thought and suggestion is welcome. Thank you in advance.