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    Re: CANON C3330i Firmware

    Quote Originally Posted by copier tech View Post
    Happy to help with the firmware.

    As others have said you can't just fit any HDD to a Canon you have to purchase an identical drive to your failed one.
    You get the firmware VIA Email and copy it to a USB. You dont need any SST for jack. You have to find a Canon dealer who is willing to give you the firmware. Has to be copied on flash drive so that the firmware is at top of the list. Then yes, its power up 28
    You should find a used HDD from a junked machine and then you wont need the firmware. Without a buddy at a Canon dealer your out of luck. Pay Canon Buis solutions 200.00 to come out with the firware is another option. E602 means that your HDD is dead.

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    Re: CANON C3330i Firmware

    Thank you for reply.
    Is it possible to take HDD from a C355i?

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    Re: CANON C3330i Firmware

    Thank you for reply mike

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    Re: CANON C3330i Firmware

    Quote Originally Posted by mkarip View Post
    Thank you for reply.
    Is it possible to take HDD from a C355i?
    No i dont think so because the Firware is probly different. Try calling HYTEC. They might have a HDD with firmware installed on it. Anytime your dealing with firmware your gonna be out of luck without dealer help. You need a used HDD from a C3330i copier. Canon uses the HDD to store the boot up data. This is not the case for lets say a Konica Minolta. Canon uses the HDD to boot up. Other brands only use the HDD to store and scan.

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