07-24-2017 12:25 AM
I have a Colorqube 8900 which would not react in any way when an update was delivered via CIMS. Attempting to update normally via USB resulted in a failure halfway thru the "Network Controller" portion of the upgrade. Afterwards, the device would power on, boot, and warn me the Network Controller was not working properly.
I "successfully" completed an AltBoot restore with the latest available DLM file, and the Colorqube displayed a message advising to remove the USB key and hit "0" on the hard panel. All components had green checkmarks and full green progress bars next to them before that screen. Hitting 0 rebooted the printer.
Since then, the device will not boot past the green startup screen. It will remain on the green screen for ~10 minutes, power off, then back on, repeating the cycle.
I have attempted AltBoot-ing the Colorqube with multiple versions of the software, but the machine displays "Software Upgrade Error" and "Press 0 on the hard panel to retry."
I am stumped and the thing seems bricked. Is there anything I can do to fix this? Thanks in advance for your help!
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07-25-2017 12:30 PM
Check your PM's
07-25-2017 07:07 PM
Hi, I am having a similar problem with a Xerox 8900. I stupidly took out the Hard drive and formatted it with MSDOS-32 as it had sensitive scan data on it and the machine will now no longer boot up. Can you let me know how I can restore the operating system to the hard drive please.
07-25-2017 10:31 PM
Hi Joe! I just saw this message.
I will give the troubleshooting steps you shared a try when I get back to the office in the morning. Thank you so much for your help!
07-26-2017 12:31 PM
Check your PM's Jason
08-02-2017 11:50 PM
A tech replaced both the hard drive and mainboard, then the issue was resolved.
He refused to load the latest firmware, claiming that after 35 years of on-site teching for Xerox equipment, he believed the firmware was faulty and replaced the parts as a precaution. He told me that he used the 9300 firmware to repair this one.