It represent the boot of the machine at starting. When the machine is started that 7 segment will show a sequence of numbers and letters. If the machine is Ok at the finish of booting it will show a flashing dot. If there is a problem with the machine it will show a cipher or a letter and as per service manual, the techs will know what they have to do for machine repairing.
what does the nine segment display on the board in the back show?
Can I do that without knowing the IP?
Can I plug the cable directly from my PC to the printer and access the CWIS?
Yes, but not in your case when it won't actually turn (all the way) on.
It's a complete lost cause, if it doesn't turn on, you won't get the settings, its no different than trying to send mail from a post box somebody welded shut.
Can I do that without knowing the IP? Can I plug the cable directly from my PC to the printer and access the CWIS?
You can try to acces machine CWIS if is possible, otherwise not.
The problem is that I need the settins on the disk. If I altboot och update then the settings will go away I think.
My quest is. Is there anyway for me to still access the settings?
Try to reinstall firmware by AltBoot method.
Thanks. I think I was a but unclear. The printer starts but it seems to be stuck in a boot loop.
I can see the loading screen but I can't get past it.
If the machine does not start unfortunately not. It is possible to be from a faulty power supply.
I have a printer on site that won't start. The problem is that I need to know the specific settings on this printer. Is there anyway for me to extract a clone file or print a cofig report?
I suspect that the harddrive might be faulty.