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Solution Each printer model has its own version of embedded software that begins to execute when the printer power switch is turned on. The embedded software defines numerous error codes in an alphanumerical format, such as "E-IO" or "" or other similarly-formatted messages. A longer, plain-language explanation typically accompanies these alphanumeric codes. During the very first moments of startup, however, while various modules of the embedded software are being loaded into memory, a handful of unexpected events can cause very low-level or so-called critical errors that stop the execution of the software on the printer.
These errors have a different format and are not defined in the standard list of printer error codes. The "DEAD" letters in the second example is purely coincidental and should not be over-analyzed for significance. These errors are rare. In many cases a total shutdown and disconnection from power will reset the electronics and allow the printer to boot normally on a subsequent startup attempt.
In the event that the errors continue to occur after a shutdown and restart, the following possible contributing factors may be considered and investigated: Is the printer environment within specifications?
An excessively warm environment may cause unexpected problems in the computer components of the printer. Has the printer been moved?
Vibrations during transit may have unseated components or connections to the motherboard, hard drive, or other internal electronic components. If possible, reload the printer software. This may or may not be possible depending on when and how the software error is occurring. If you encounter difficulty attempting to reload software, contact HP for further assistance.
In some cases these critical errors may also occur during normal printer operation. The same steps for resolution provided above may be applied to these cases as well.
HP Scitex FB700 Printer
The flatbed printer features efficient media loading and prints on materials up to 2. Advanced features such as an onboard camera, an HP Embedded Web Server and a solid media feed system help ensure consistent results and worry-free operation. An easy-to-install White Ink Upgrade Kit also is available for the HP Scitex FB Printer for specialty applications, such as printing on glass or other substrates for retail window displays, creating two-sided or backlit prints, and printing on corrugated substrates for packaging applications. PSPs using the new device can boost print capacity with the ability to load, print and collect up to six sheets of media simultaneously.
HP Scitex FB7600 Industrial Press
When the FB or FB printer is powered on, there is normally a short display of low-level computer information before the printer software starts to load and the control panel displays the HP logo. In some rare situations the printer fails to initialize normally and instead of showing the HP logo, the following text or similar appears in white on a black background on the control panel: GNU GRUB version 0. For the first word, TAB lists possible command completions. If the printer is found in this state, it is an unrecoverable failure and the hard disk drive must be replaced in order to restore the printer to normal operation. Because of manufacturing vintage and compatibility concerns, the hard disk drive is available only in a kit that includes both a replacement disk drive and a replacement motherboard. In the event that the existing motherboard in the printer is already compatible with the replacement SATA hard disk drive, it is not necessary to change out the motherboard. All spare part information is subject to change without notice; visit HP PartSurfer for complete and up-to-date spare part information.