Hi there..... well, I already did what you told me (by the way,thnx! =)... ) but It still the same way... by reseat you mean pluggin it in or something else? Im going to seek again on the site, but if you have another idea I´ll really appreciate it.. thanx a lot...
another thing..... it was working just fine, then I bought another mother board, and a dual core, for that I had to format my hard drive and reinstall everything again, then my rack worked like a week and after all that is when the problem began..... Im sorry to bother you... jeje.... but I dont know what to do.....
I've been searching and found that this rack has a power problem.... my rack turns on but the one and only light on is the mute light and my pc doesnt recognize it, but you already knew that.. jeje......
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU.... :)
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Most likely its already a hardware problem. If you want to make sure try to reseat the hard drive. If still the same, means the hard drive already fail. At the bottom of the machine look for a cover with the small logo near the screw heads that looks like a 3 cd's that stack together that's the hard drive bay.
Do not know about not being able to remove the imaging unit but the problem with the printer wanting you to reinstall or reseat is a fairly common problem with this printer. On the left hand side of the printer there is a nylon gear and rack that shoves the toner arms into the imaging unit. The rack and gear will sometimes strip and this causes the problem. The solution is to take the left hand panel off the printer and realign the gear and rack. The gear pulls off and you can reposition the rack so that it is in the correct position.
Try this driver if you are using windows XP 32bit http://www.nvidia.com/content/DriverDownload/download_confirmation.asp?kw=&url=http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/175.19/175.19_geforce_winxp_32bit_english_whql.exe
Hello, I just had the same problem... It has to do with the connectors from the power harness. Found this on the internet and it did the trick for me... Goodluck! It seems like it's only a matter of time before the digi002 (rack and non-rack) have this problem. You'll go to turn it on and the mute light turns on and nothing else. You don't hear the 3 clicks that you usually hear when turning it on. Your computer doesn't recognize it. Then you start swearing and promising to quit recording forever. After all that happens, you have 2 options:
1. call digidesign. they've been replacing the power harness (source of problem) for just about everyone, even if you're out of warranty and it's free (including the tech support over the phone). don't pay them anything. maybe shipping.
2. most people seem to have the same problem after a while after getting their new power harness. lots of people are saying it's not even the harness - just the connectors. so last night i had this problem and i opened up the top of the box and unplugged and plugged back in the little rubber-covered wires going from the power cord to the rest of the 002. turned it on. works fine. i may try to use some of that connector-cleaner from GC if it happens again.
so if you find this happening, don't panic. try the above. takes 5-10 minutes (only because of all of the screws)
I just talked to Digidesign and apparently this is a problem with the DC power harness. You can call them and they will send you a replacement harness at no cost, since it is a repair and a known issue. Basically I was told that the problem was due to oxidation on the power contacts. The oxidation prevents the unit from having constant power. The clicking you hear are the relays going through the initial power sequence multiple times as they get power and then lose it again. In theory you could fix the problem temporarily with some contact cleaner. They will be sending me a a package with the new (and improved) harness, instructions and contact cleaner. I am assuming this will fix the problem once I get the chance to swap the harness myself.