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Error concerning Data transmission Bus or hardware (IR
Input system) Check connections between the MFP Control Board (PWBMFPC) Copier Board (PWB-CF) Some serious money so check all connectors, remove them one by one and check each one for bent pin(s) ensure reseated properly, could also have bad firmware, requires tech, because firmware is on secure web site at Konica Minolta.
NVRAM and or MFP Board failure. Recommended you get a qualified Konica Minolta Tech out to correct. as The Firmware for the machine may need to be re-flashed. The firmware is at a secured website, for Konica Minolta Technicians. The board might also be bad. the NVRAM is memory that stores major info on the copier. The code is telling you not enough memory for the MFP board or that the MFP board is having issues. MFP are not cheap$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$.
An exceptional instance occurred due to the unexpected Parameter in the System F/W.
Relevant Electrical Components, Units, and Options - MFP Control Board (PWB-MFP)
Try to reset it. If it is still showing up, you should try a new firmware version. If it is not working with a new firmware, you should check all the connection to the MFP Control Board. In the worst case scenario, you should change the board. I hope a reset will do the job
Will require a re-flash of the board firmware, MFP. Multi-Function Board. Or Replacement $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$. Firmware via a Secure Konica Minolta Web site they like their firmware secure that is why you will need a tech.
CFB58 relates to an internal bus error on the MFP control board. To reset you simply turn the machine on/off (main swithc inside front door) If the fault reoccurs, you may need an engineer to flash your firmware/replace the MFP control board.
If it's the latter, I suspect it will be more cost effective to replace the machine. Average cost of a MFP board for your model is £1200.00
Hope this helps