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    Disabling Papercut

    Hello

    The boss just bought a Bizhub C458 to refurb. I found out it has papercut. Does anyone know how to uninstall or disable this? I usually work on Toshibas but the boss seems to be pushing the Konica Minoltas lately. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Re: Disabling Papercut

    Quote Originally Posted by Valintine View Post
    Hello

    The boss just bought a Bizhub C458 to refurb. I found out it has papercut. Does anyone know how to uninstall or disable this? I usually work on Toshibas but the boss seems to be pushing the Konica Minoltas lately. Any help would be appreciated.

    Joe
    Anyway i know how is to remove the printer from the papercut server and then turn it off on user authentication

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    Re: Disabling Papercut

    You may want it starting from fresh. Enter service mode, system 1 - Initialization - clear all data. You will need to re-enable HDD and install Movie data though.
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    Re: Disabling Papercut

    When I power the machine on it tries to connect to the papercut server. Shortly after it comes up with a message timeout. Nothing happens when I press the menu button. Is there something else I need to do to enter service mode?

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    Re: Disabling Papercut

    Quote Originally Posted by Valintine View Post
    When I power the machine on it tries to connect to the papercut server. Shortly after it comes up with a message timeout. Nothing happens when I press the menu button. Is there something else I need to do to enter service mode?
    Follow trouble reset procedure once it popsup the key pad will display then go into service mode and initialise the mc


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    Re: Disabling Papercut

    Thank you for the help. When I opened the front door to turn the machine off something told me to press the menu button and I was able to get into the tech rep mode and it is resetting now. Again thank you for the quick help. Have a great day.

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    Re: Disabling Papercut

    If this does not solve the problem you can go into the open API settings and remove any registered applications. E

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    Re: Disabling Papercut

    if you press access it takes u to the standard user auth login screen, from there u can press menu then counter and so on

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    Re: Disabling Papercut

    Quote Originally Posted by rrrohan View Post
    if you press access it takes u to the standard user auth login screen, from there u can press menu then counter and so on
    Yes Papercut won't prevent to enter CE mode.
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