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    Scan to USB memory using Sandisk FD

    Hi all,
    I have problem with Scan to USB memory. I use bizhub 423 series and Sandisk USB memory 8GB & 16 GB. I do scan to USB memory with Compact PDF format and its all failed. No problem when using Kingston & HP USB memory. Anyone can give me solution for this problem.
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    Re: Scan to USB memory using Sandisk FD

    423 series works best with 4 gig or smaller regardless of brand.

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    Re: Scan to USB memory using Sandisk FD

    I agree. Keep in mind that the device, bizhub 423 was designed when a 2GB USB was the largest size available. Use any smaller drive.

    When I'm using USB sticks with copiers I rarely use larger than 2GB. Typically I try to use the smallest drive capable of holding the data. =^..^=

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    Re: Scan to USB memory using Sandisk FD

    Quote Originally Posted by aleksander View Post
    Hi all,
    I have problem with Scan to USB memory. I use bizhub 423 series and Sandisk USB memory 8GB & 16 GB. I do scan to USB memory with Compact PDF format and its all failed. No problem when using Kingston & HP USB memory. Anyone can give me solution for this problem.
    Thanks
    Might be worth a firmware upgrade this may allow you to use larger drives.


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    Re: Scan to USB memory using Sandisk FD

    Quote Originally Posted by copier tech View Post
    Might be worth a firmware upgrade this may allow you to use larger drives.
    Do they even make firmware for these anymore

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    Re: Scan to USB memory using Sandisk FD

    Quote Originally Posted by rrrohan View Post
    Do they even make firmware for these anymore

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    Last version release was A1UD0Y0-F000-GC4-C4.exe


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    Re: Scan to USB memory using Sandisk FD

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    I agree. Keep in mind that the device, bizhub 423 was designed when a 2GB USB was the largest size available. Use any smaller drive.

    When I'm using USB sticks with copiers I rarely use larger than 2GB. Typically I try to use the smallest drive capable of holding the data. =^..^=
    Agree
    The only merit of being a horder is i've never thrown away old usb stick and now they come in handy.


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    Re: Scan to USB memory using Sandisk FD

    But there is no problem when I use 16 GB Kingston USB memory. Scan to USB works well.
    Whats wrong with sandisk?


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    Re: Scan to USB memory using Sandisk FD

    some drives have a hidden partition and dont play well with copiers.
    there is a list of certified compatible USB drives to be used in KM machines. the rest are hit or miss.
    also the config of the ram chips on the flash may not be compatible. some are double density and others may have other characteristics that prove incompatible.
    just because it may scan to it does not guarantee it will load firmware from it. or vice versa.

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    Re: Scan to USB memory using Sandisk FD

    Quote Originally Posted by Synthohol View Post
    some drives have a hidden partition and dont play well with copiers.
    there is a list of certified compatible USB drives to be used in KM machines. the rest are hit or miss.
    also the config of the ram chips on the flash may not be compatible. some are double density and others may have other characteristics that prove incompatible.
    just because it may scan to it does not guarantee it will load firmware from it. or vice versa.
    there is a list of certified compatible USB drives to be used in KM machines.
    Where should I get this info?


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