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Post time: 2010-4-21 03:58:13 |Show all posts
Actually the machine will light up for a couple of seconds and then power down, after that its dead,no LED's no light just dead. Any ideas?

Post time: 2010-12-5 18:56:05 |Show all posts
no recovery tool for newer, its mentioned that none are available for it on TAD.

Post time: 2010-11-21 11:59:58 |Show all posts
There is a special nvram reset tool that loads from the cf card (along with a key press when turning on the machine).
It is still available as a download on KMBS. Go to SSD, Click download firmware and more on the left. Do a search for 'NVRAM' and scroll way down and pick the model you need (the older C250/C252/C300/C351/C450/C352 series and p models) make sure to get the instructions and follow them or your machine will no longer display Konica Minolta but will be generic)
It will have this name
Cxxx NVRAM Recovery Card Firmware version GCN-G4
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Thanks but this is still for the older generation and not for the newer one (C203,C253,C353). As conclusion i would say we have to wait a little bit longer until a NVRAM recovery tool for the 'Mosel/Thames serie available is.

Post time: 2010-11-7 05:03:51 |Show all posts
Yes i know the ISW although i make the CF cards always with the cygwin tool. But the question is: Is there a special file, which resets the NVRAM like the older C250/C252/C450/C352 serie? If i had the file there is no problem to make a CF card. As far as i know there is not such a file at the moment but ni311 wrote 'There is a tool that writes to a CF card the files to reset the NVRam'.
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There is a special nvram reset tool that loads from the cf card (along with a key press when turning on the machine).
It is still available as a download on KMBS. Go to SSD, Click download firmware and more on the left. Do a search for 'NVRAM' and scroll way down and pick the model you need (the older C250/C252/C300/C351/C450/C352 series and p models) make sure to get the instructions and follow them or your machine will no longer display Konica Minolta but will be generic)
It will have this name
Cxxx NVRAM Recovery Card Firmware version GCN-G4

Post time: 2010-10-23 22:07:44 |Show all posts
Sorry guys, I thought we're talking about C250/252. From what I know so far there is no tool for C253, I guess we have to wait for a while....
Sorry again.

Post time: 2010-10-9 15:11:37 |Show all posts
The tool is just a CF reader/writer. The software that you use to write the files to the CF is called ISW. You download both it and the files from Konica's website.
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Yes i know the ISW although i make the CF cards always with the cygwin tool. But the question is: Is there a special file, which resets the NVRAM like the older C250/C252/C450/C352 serie? If i had the file there is no problem to make a CF card. As far as i know there is not such a file at the moment but ni311 wrote 'There is a tool that writes to a CF card the files to reset the NVRam'.

Post time: 2010-9-25 08:15:30 |Show all posts
The tool is just a CF reader/writer. The software that you use to write the files to the CF is called ISW. You download both it and the files from Konica's website.

Post time: 2010-9-11 01:19:23 |Show all posts
It's from the NVRam. There is a tool that writes to a CF card the files to reset the NVRam. The copier will keep all the counters but you have to do all the steps from the installation.
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Hi
I think there are many of us, who would be interested to learn more about this tool, which 'resets' the NVRAM on a C253. Can you tell us more about it? Can you find it from KM direct or is not oficial yet?

Post time: 2010-8-27 18:23:16 |Show all posts
It's from the NVRam. There is a tool that writes to a CF card the files to reset the NVRam. The copier will keep all the counters but you have to do all the steps from the installation.

Post time: 2010-8-13 11:27:09 |Show all posts
I also thought of a NV-Recovery first but my informations are that there is no NV-Recovery Software for the C253 series available??
I would be happy to get this software!!
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Sorry Somehow I mixed up the models. I have had to use the nvram recovery chip on the c250 not c253. Again sorry for mixup

Post time: 2010-7-30 04:31:02 |Show all posts
Swapping the NV-RAM will fix it for sure but my informations are that there is no NV-Recovery Software fore the C253 available...
If my infos are wrong please let me know

Post time: 2010-7-15 21:34:55 |Show all posts
Same problem on a bizhub 250 and swapping the NVRAM fixed it.

Post time: 2010-7-1 14:38:48 |Show all posts
I also thought of a NV-Recovery first but my informations are that there is no NV-Recovery Software for the C253 series available??
I would be happy to get this software!!

Post time: 2010-6-17 07:42:41 |Show all posts
My first guess would be NVRAM, or HVPS.
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You could try the NVRAM recovery firmware.
Worked for me before. There was a setting somewhere that had to be done or the machine said it was generic and a better looking boot screen came up. Can't remember which dip setting it was.

Post time: 2010-6-3 00:46:34 |Show all posts
Have had NVRAM do this before. I would try it first the look at board..

Post time: 2010-5-19 17:50:27 |Show all posts
have a c250 doing this and it is the MFP board.
have changed mfp and problem gone.display comes up for apx one minute and then dies. powering off ond on repeats problem.

Post time: 2010-5-5 10:54:20 |Show all posts
Actually the machine will light up for a couple of seconds and then power down, after that its dead,no LED's no light just dead. Any ideas?
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My first guess would be NVRAM, or HVPS.
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