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Canon IRC3200-RIP board not work and unknown brand

I have a Canon IRC3200 imageRunner and also what looks likes a rip board/box attached to the back of the unit which I can’t get going nor identify.

Two questions:
1. How do I identify what this box is i.e. brand and how to I get details including a manual for it etc. Box is the same colour as printer (cream coloured).The box has a main PCB board with no obvious brand marking though it has lots of FPGA chipsets. Harddrive is attached inside of lid. It has a parallel port, network TCP/IP some indicator lights diagnostics dip switches next to the UDP cable that plugs into the main printer.


2. I can’t print to it VIA parallel port or TCP/IP. There are no icons in the main configuration panel under ''Other Options'' and very little details in the manual. The only
network setting I can see is under general settings and can setup LDAP server but nothing like setup a TCP/IP or parallel port etc. I think the menu item is missing.

When I start the machine up a picture of the printer with the network box has an error saying that its connected like the printer and scanner but thats it.

There is a software version number printed on a sticker attached to the side of the box if this would help but no other markings.

Any ideas what it is and how to get it going?

I'd appreciate any guidance as I'm stuck and I really need to get printing from my computer.

Thanks again

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  • dartagnan_mi Dec 10, 2008

    Thanks!!, I never would of guessed as there is absolutly nothing about it in the manual!! Where can I get a manual and print drivers/software for it?. I'm running Windows XP.



    thanks again



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The box that you find at the back of the machine is called fiery you can configure that when you press the arrow key top right of the screen panel. you will the option of the fiery. make sure the power of fiery is connected

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