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An error occurred while updating data

This window pops up at the end of syncronization. After disconnecting m-robe unit will either not turn on of will display "Retry Syncronization". Your help is greatly appreciated.

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Put it back into the craddle and wait it is recognized by windows as a drive again. than start the software you used before. this error occurs when disconnecting the player without telling Windows. Use always 'Safely Remove Hardware' in the taskbar!

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Damian

Posted on Nov 05, 2008

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  3. Quit all software applications running on Windows and disconnect the unit from the computer.
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hey.
just re sync the m:robe and it should work.
i had this problem with mine and it was saying that coz i had gone over that maximum capacity that it could hold.
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Help with HP d135 all in one printer,scanner, fax


HP Error Codes
These error codes apply to many HP & Panafax machines
001 recording paper jam
002 recording paper jam
010 no recording paper
014 print cartridge is not attached
015 out of ink
017 wrong paper size
030 document misfeed
031 document jammed or exceeds maximum length (2 meters)
039 during dialing, STOP was pressed
041 out of toner
045 no toner cartridge
060 a cover or door is open
061 a cover or door is open
063 jam access cover is open
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404 during initial handshake a comm error occurred
405 during initial handshake a comm error occurred
406 password mismatch
407 no confirmation from the RX station for the previous page sent
408 remote side confirmation of previous page is illegible
409 remote side confirmation of previous page is illegible
411 polling password does not match
412 no data from the transmitting side
414 polling password does not match
415 polling transmission error
416 received data has too many errors
417 received data has too many errors
418 received data has too many errors
419 received data has too many errors
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422 interface is not compatible
427 interface is not compatible
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434 comm error occurred while receiving
436 received data has too many errors
456 memory overflow on confidential document or relay request
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492 comm error occurred while receiving
493 comm error occurred while receiving
494 comm error occurred while receiving
495 telephone line disconnected
540 comm error occurred while transmitting
541 comm error occurred while transmitting
542 comm error occurred while transmitting
543 comm error occurred while transmitting
544 comm error occurred while transmitting
550 telephone line disconnected
552 comm error occurred while receiving
553 comm error occurred while receiving
554 comm error occurred while receiving
555 comm error occurred while receiving
580 sub-address TX to a unit without sub-address function
581 sub-address TX to a unit without sub-address function
601 ADF misfeed
623 no document was on the ADF
630 redial unsuccessful (busy line or no response)
634 redial unsuccessful (busy line or no response)
631 during dailing, STOP was pressed
638 power failure occurred during the communication
640 telephone off hook after comm is completed
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879 memory overflow while storing RX documents
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Many HP and Panasonic inkjet models are comparable and parts can be ordered from Matsushita.
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Press # dial dial dial dial * 6 start
Exit the maintenance mode by pressing 9 9 9 start
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[Note: to execute a self-test substitute 0 for 6]
[Note: to set parameters 000-999, substitute 1 for 6]
[Note: to test modem/tones, substitute 4, 5, or 7 for 6]
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HP 300/310 ram clear
Press function 7 dial dial dial dial * 6 start
HP 700 ram clear
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Hold the keys down for a few seconds after the display reads self test please wait then release the keys
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The original Office Jet/LX will print a scanner calibration chart/instructions.
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try to update the firmaware and then format it with the help of tht..!!

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