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According to my service manual, this error is occurring during the Power On Self-Test. While it is a "soft" error, it normally can only be resolved by replacing the Image Processor Board.
But wait! There's more!
Here may be a way to reset without the expensive replacement:
The most likely cause is that the Image Processor Board has not successfully loaded
its NVRAM contents (instructions) into RAM. All print engine operation halts, and
will only become ready when the Image Processor Board successfully boots.
1. Check for media or debris in the paper path.
2. Power cycle the printer.
3. Verifying Image Processor Board failure:
a. Power-off the printer, and remove the Image Processor Board.
b. Power-on the printer. Wait at least 5 minutes while the print engine
initializes. If there was a problem with the Image Processor Board, it will
now not affect the Engine Control Board.
c. If characters appear on the Control Panel display, the Engine Control Board
is functional and the problem is most likely with the Image Processor Board.
d. Turn off the printer and reseat the Image Processor Board and turn on the
printer to determine if seating was the problem.
e. Perform a PostScript NVRAM reset, see "Postscript NVRAM Reset" on
f. Turn off the printer and systematically remove individual optional
components from the Image Processor Board to isolate a possible problem
g. Replace the Image Processor Board.
have your power supply changed with the same product number (to maintain compatibility). A faulty power supply reduces that amount of power that the board may need and in that case the cp may not function cause it does not get the right amount of power it needs. Also try changing your power outlet source and cord to see if it will help.
Select the model motherboard you have and click on the CPU support link, it will show you a list of CPU's that are supported. You have a socket 939 board and AMD CPU's are now AM2, AM2+ and AM3 socket, which are 940 pin. It may be difficult to find a new CPU for your motherboard that is new since they have not been made in awhile.
Download the manual for *********** board and it will tell you. If you are running windows 32bit I think the max usable is 4GB. If you are running a 64 bit OS then then it is more. The manual will give you max ram per slot and what slot to put them in.
Hi there. The computer is probably struggling with the clock speed of the new processor. Did you reset the BIOS setting? If you didn't go into the BIOS and set it to default settings, hit F10, save the changes and restart the computer. Clock speeds should now be reset and the computer should work. Also you should make sure the system memory is seated properly.
I'm working on the same problem. I posted a little about this problem under another question for the 53XBR200. From what I've learned so far with experimenting and studying the schematics is that the problem is with the BR board which is the module that handles upconverting. PIP video goes through the BM board/module. You can pull the BR board out of the set and still have the TV work as long as you keep it in PIP modes. Likewise, you can pull the BR board out, but the set will turn off if you try to go into any PIP mode. The problem with static on every input only remains in full-screen video. As you've noted, all inputs work fine as long as you remain in one of the PIP modes. It does look like the BR board is discontinued. I would like to know how to get a replacement/repair if anyone knows about this. My only hope to get this set functional again is to either force the video to bypass the BR board, or repair the BR board itself. If it's a discrete component on the BR board (capacitor, resistor, transistor) then it might be possible to salvage a repair. If it's one of the upconverting chips, then we might be SOL. I've tried to jump the video signals around the BR board, but this didn't work and the picture looked distorted. I think the problem with this idea is that the video processor might be expecting 480p/960i video and by bypassing the upconverter I'm sending 480i video into the video processor. I'm going pursue this idea some more as it might be the only way to salvage the set from the trash bin.