What else is needed on the drive itself to "extract and load" the PS file? Is there additional software or OS? Is there a particular directory structure that is needed? I can extract the file from the downloaded zip and format/partition the drive in any configuration needed. I just don't have the resources to pay for a "service tech" to swap a $50 hard drive and provide routine pc maintenance. I'm beginning to think that Xerox is a poor choice.
No, You need a special software to install it on a fresh drive as there is nothing currently on the drive to extract and load the PS file.
You will need to call in for servicing. A tech will need to load the firmware onto the HDD
My 8560 recently received a new, clean/unformatted, hard drive. When it powers on all the self tests, including the Disk Drive, pass and it proceeds to "Initializing" but that is as far as it gets; no connectivity USB or Network, no keyboard response and no error displayed. Is there a special formatting for the drive or some kind of OS that needs to be installed?