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fernan
04-24-2010, 09:34 PM
hello guys i need your expertise regarding the problem of my 1 BH600 the problem was the sand clock only shows in the screen no KM logo although it initializing fusing are warming up i have change the printer control board,I/O board and even the DCPS but still same problem show, Need your help guys thanks in advance.

bizhub1
04-25-2010, 04:00 AM
The operation panel displays an hourglass and does not continue to the "Ready to Copy" screen.
Description:
Solution:
PROBABLE CAUSES:
1. The files on the System or the Image CF card are corrupt.
Reinitialize the code on both CF cards. The Image CF card is accessible through the right side of the machine between the two serial connectors (there may be a cover over it). The System CF card is located on the back of the System Board. Follow these steps in order:


Delete the files on the CF cards. DO NOT FORMAT THE CARDS.
Obtain the Image Base and system Base files from the Download Selector.
Expand the base files and copy them onto the corresponding CF cards.
Flash the firmware to the current level.

Notes:
a. Both cards must be reinitialized at the same time. Doing only one card will not correct the problem.
b. Instead of deleting the files from the CF cards, you may want to cut-and-paste them to a temporary folder and then install the new code. This process seems to be more stable than just deleting the files. Once the files are placed on the CF cards, delete the old files.

2. The System Control CF card was not installed on a newly installed System CB.
Remove the System Control CF card from the back of the original board and install it on the current board.


System Control Board CF Assembly (p/n 57AE -952 1E)
System Control Board for a bizhub 750 (p/n 57AA -906 2E)
System Control Board for a bizhub 600 (p/n 57BA -906 2E)

3. After updating firmware, the system control CF becomes corrupt.
VxWorks® formatting is not on the card. Reorder the CF card (p/n 57AE -952 1E) and reinstall the CF base code.
Notes:
a. The latest version CF base code is available on the Konica Minolta Download Selector. Access the Selector from SSD Web Support (CS Expert Support) by clicking on 'Download MSDS, Drivers, Firmware and more'.
b. The CF base code files can be used to replace damaged base code on the CF card or be placed on a new (blank) CF card formatted with VxWorks®.
CAUTION: The system and image CF cards should never be formatted with the Microsoft® Windows format. To rewrite the base code, delete the files and folders on the CF card, then copy the files and folders contained under the CF base folder.

4. Failed Image control board.
Replace the Image control board (p/n 57AA -901 6G) and flash the firmware to the latest version. The latest version firmware or system software is available via the Konica Minolta Download Selector. Access the Selector from SSD Web Support (CS Expert Support) by clicking on 'Download MSDS, Drivers, Firmware and more'.

BigBob
04-28-2010, 12:55 AM
Sounds like a bad NVRAM to me, if you have another 600 you can pop one off of, try swapping it out. If you don't have a spare, you'll have to jump through hoops to get a new one (NVRAM contains bank note recognition unit)

Rudi
04-29-2010, 08:14 PM
The operation panel displays an hourglass and does not continue to the "Ready to Copy" screen.
Description:
Solution:
PROBABLE CAUSES:
1. The files on the System or the Image CF card are corrupt.
Reinitialize the code on both CF cards. The Image CF card is accessible through the right side of the machine between the two serial connectors (there may be a cover over it). The System CF card is located on the back of the System Board. Follow these steps in order:


Delete the files on the CF cards. DO NOT FORMAT THE CARDS.
Obtain the Image Base and system Base files from the Download Selector.
Expand the base files and copy them onto the corresponding CF cards.
Flash the firmware to the current level.

Notes:
a. Both cards must be reinitialized at the same time. Doing only one card will not correct the problem.
b. Instead of deleting the files from the CF cards, you may want to cut-and-paste them to a temporary folder and then install the new code. This process seems to be more stable than just deleting the files. Once the files are placed on the CF cards, delete the old files.

2. The System Control CF card was not installed on a newly installed System CB.
Remove the System Control CF card from the back of the original board and install it on the current board.


System Control Board CF Assembly (p/n 57AE -952 1E)
System Control Board for a bizhub 750 (p/n 57AA -906 2E)
System Control Board for a bizhub 600 (p/n 57BA -906 2E)

3. After updating firmware, the system control CF becomes corrupt.
VxWorks® formatting is not on the card. Reorder the CF card (p/n 57AE -952 1E) and reinstall the CF base code.
Notes:
a. The latest version CF base code is available on the Konica Minolta Download Selector. Access the Selector from SSD Web Support (CS Expert Support) by clicking on 'Download MSDS, Drivers, Firmware and more'.
b. The CF base code files can be used to replace damaged base code on the CF card or be placed on a new (blank) CF card formatted with VxWorks®.
CAUTION: The system and image CF cards should never be formatted with the Microsoft® Windows format. To rewrite the base code, delete the files and folders on the CF card, then copy the files and folders contained under the CF base folder.

4. Failed Image control board.
Replace the Image control board (p/n 57AA -901 6G) and flash the firmware to the latest version. The latest version firmware or system software is available via the Konica Minolta Download Selector. Access the Selector from SSD Web Support (CS Expert Support) by clicking on 'Download MSDS, Drivers, Firmware and more'.
Yip ,there is however a program out to write these cards without going through the whole cut and paste deal , we have tried it with no pleasure .Just try another cf card from the factory it costs alot but it saves more.I hate this new konica shit they rub off on us.

bronco31
11-09-2010, 12:53 AM
any change in this issue? still no program to VxWorks format/write the proper files to the 2 CF cards in a BH600 ??

the more proprietary.. the less reliable!

thx..

SKTeK315
02-15-2011, 06:23 PM
How you all doing guys ? I've got a very similar problem. A 750 popped a "c4707". I didn't go for the laser at 1st. Reason being is that it wouldn't let me into techrep/Srvc mode. Right side of screen empty, while left side only showed meter, word detail & end or exit. S-00-S-01 did nothing. I reset w/Utility for trouble clear & w/Print board button. Reboots into "4707". Been working on minoltas for long time. Was there for the merger. Never had a laser go on me in a minolta or kon/min. Other brands don't act like this w/laser fail. Started w/image board, print & main boards from a "600 though". Before powering up, I put in 750's original CF cards & NVram. That did nothing. Changed laser. Put all original board, cards & NVram. All ok but fuser not coming on. 5min still no code. What do you think ?

bronco31
02-16-2011, 07:06 AM
i always start with a "rebuild" of the 2 cf cards.. cut dont delete the files off of them... then load base firmware, then ver 17, 20 then 30..
also i thought if the drum unit/tgr/cl blade area is packed with toner and soiling the photo sensors there.. that'll cause wierd freezing/ fuser warmup probs... good luck!

SKTeK315
02-16-2011, 01:04 PM
Tnx

kronical
04-26-2012, 07:01 PM
1. The files on the System or the Image CF card are corrupt.
Reinitialize the code on both CF cards. The Image CF card is accessible through the right side of the machine between the two serial connectors (there may be a cover over it). The System CF card is located on the back of the System Board. Follow these steps in order:


Delete the files on the CF cards. DO NOT FORMAT THE CARDS.
Obtain the Image Base and system Base files from the Download Selector.
Expand the base files and copy them onto the corresponding CF cards.
Flash the firmware to the current level.



So, how can you delete the files off the CF Card and copy the new files to it, if it's in a proprietary format that windows does not recognize, and you can't reformat the card???
If you KM guys have a utility, we Oce guys would love to know about it.

Thanks in advance,

K

peter@digitalswebsite.com
08-31-2015, 06:09 PM
Im having the same problem, does anyone have the firmware they be willing to share

rizwan143
09-01-2015, 06:45 AM
I have a badluck with Bizhub 600.. 2 Days ago i given my Bizhub 600 in scrap :( after just 18,000 copies i printed. It was keep on "Now warming Up" but never beed "Ready to copy" :(

Tried almost 5-6 High knowledge mechanics but no one was able to solve the issue so given the machine in scrap to release my tensions :(

EarthKmTech
09-01-2015, 08:06 AM
I have a badluck with Bizhub 600.. 2 Days ago i given my Bizhub 600 in scrap :( after just 18,000 copies i printed. It was keep on "Now warming Up" but never beed "Ready to copy" :(

Tried almost 5-6 High knowledge mechanics but no one was able to solve the issue so given the machine in scrap to release my tensions :(


Are you sure they were really high knowledge mechanics? I've seen this many times as have many people here I'm sure. It's never cause for machine disposal - though that is an old machine now anyway.

rizwan143
09-01-2015, 08:25 AM
Are you sure they were really high knowledge mechanics? I've seen this many times as have many people here I'm sure. It's never cause for machine disposal - though that is an old machine now anyway.

Yes they are.. Because Alot of parts was replaced by every mechanic & after just 5-10 copies the fault came again causing a huge loss too.

Changed 2 times PRCB :(

bronco31
09-01-2015, 07:15 PM
CF cards (2) reflashed from base or replace the drum toner sensor wouldve fixed it for sure!

Downunder
09-07-2015, 12:42 PM
If the cards are bad - either order new ones or copy information from another 600 that is working ok. You will obviously need to enter serial number, etc and make whatever changes on options, etc.

mmtshina
09-20-2015, 11:10 AM
some times it could be the sub-power switch , try testing t

allan
09-21-2015, 09:57 PM
Just a tip. Don't delete the files from the CF card with windows, it creates a recycle bin file that screws it up.
Cut and paste somewhere else.

With the right disk tool you can format it. Think its Xfat.

Downunder
10-08-2015, 07:33 AM
You dont need any special firmware to delete the files. Just cut the files and replace with new files. Go to another BZ600 that is working and copy files from them. Much cheaper to just buy new cards and copy that information and store on hard drive in case another machine has similar problem.

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