Intermec 751B problem after clean boot with iconnect
I did a clean boot of my 751 and when it rebooted it installed some standard intermec cab files and then rebooted again.
Then when the screen came up i clicked on the iconnect icon in the bottom corner and then selected tools->wireless settings.
An error popped up saying "The file ' 80211conf ' cannot be opened. Either it is not signed with a trusted certificate, or one of it's components cannot be found. You might need to reinstall or restore this file".
Then when you click OK another box pops up saying The intermec wireless tools are not currently installed. Please use the Microsoft Configuration tools instead".
I'm assuming that those intermec files that install at the beginning are corrupted or something.
Does anyone have a copy of them or have any sort of a fix for this or even know what is going on?
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Warm Boot - When an application becomes unresponsive.
Press the Yellow Power button (also referred to as the IO Button) and select the reboot option.
Cold Boot - When device itself becomes unresponsive, will loose any cached data.
Press the Yellow Power Button (also referred to as the IO Button) to suspend the device. Remove the battery pack and press the reset button in the battery compartment (Round rubber button). Replace the battery pack and press the yellow power button or IO button. The blue Intermec startup screen appears.
Clean Boot - When device itself becomes unresponsive and cold boot fails, device will be restored to factory state, all data and installed applications will be lost except for data stored in Flash Storage.
- Firmware 1.50.19.0013 and prior - Remove the battery pack and press the reset button in the battery compartment. Replace the battery pack and immediately press the yellow power button (IO button) and volume down button (the lower button on the right side) together until a message box appears on the screen stating the clean boot. Press the volume up button (the upper button on the right side) to confirm the clean boot.
- Firmware 220.127.116.11 and later - Remove the battery pack and press the reset button in the battery compartment. Replace the battery pack and immediately press the yellow power button (IO button) for 8 seconds. Message box will appear stating to release the power button. Press button number 1 then button number 2, confirm again by pressing button number 1 then number 2 again. Message box will state that the device is clean booting.
I suggest you set the printer to a static IP address. You should be able to do that from the front panel on the printer. You should chose an IP address in the same range as your network uses but outside of the DHCP range that your router hands out.
It's possible that the problem is not the printer but something on your network.
on the top of the keyboard 2 arrows after like this < and > near the button Scan.
So knowing that.
Put the battery off, re-plug the battery.
Push the 2 arrows at the same time and press start button (red phone) continuing to press the 2 arrows...
you have a screen that gives you choices
Clean boot (Option 2 is a hard reset), press 2
press 0 to continue.
Hoping that helps,
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"Check serial Input" is just part of the cycle on boot up. It checks for a key press on boot up so that it can access a hidden menu. A cradle, serial null modem cable and hyper-terminal is required to bring up this menu You can try and re-install the operating system. Download the latest image from Intermec (you will need to register) and then load the image onto an SD card. Remove the front cover just above the scan engine; 2 slot head screws and insert the SD card. Cold boot the device. Take off battery and hit the reset button a few times. Re-install battery. Image will begin to reload. Detailed instructions are available with the download. NOTE: The latest image downloads from Intermec not longer have the Telnet application pre-installed. If you require the telnet client then select a previous version, but then also not that there are usually 2 versions EX25 and non-EX25 scan engine type. If you need any more help then please do not hesitate to contact us:- email@example.com or TEL 01202 620955 http://www.biastechnology.com/
The newest versions of the firmware are on the intermec website. You will have to register in order to download, but a fake name/address will work...if it is a 740/750 the newest firmware is 4.51 PSM 3.93.1, and if it is a 741/751 the newest firmware is 4.95.1 PSM 4.06. the 760 and 761 have different versions of firmware depending if it is GPRS or CDMA.