it should be easy normally
you have a system software and a user software disc
the system software is bootable; so if your bios is configured to boot from disc it should work in 1 2 3
after it finishes it will ask for the user software disc
be sure to install all patches afterwards!!
I would HIGHLY recommened a TRAINED XEROX TECHNICIAN FOR THIS!!!
I have not performed an upgrade on this model but I have done others. When I did mine I had a USB Prep Tool and a System Software CD. I had to then load the software via USB. I still would contact Xerox for support or an ASP (If they can support that type of machine).
I have a EXP250 running a Docucolor 240 that I want to try a clean install of software on.
I have EFI Fiery System Software v1.1 and also a unopened disk
EFI Fiery Network Controller System Software
Could anyone tell me the difference to the 2 above?
When I try either disk and turn on the Fiery it appears their is DVD activity but instead of giving me a option to install software I end up at Windows - yet if I put in a Linux disk like redobackup.org's cloning disk it properly boots from the CD.
I tried F8 and F12 keys during boot but was not taken to CMOS settings. Does anyone know the proper procedure for entering to CMOS on this Fiery?