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ERROR CODE 04C400 - WHAT TO DO, WHAT IS IT

PLOTTER STARTS TO INITIALIZE, MOVING TO LEFT ABOUT 1/2 TO 3/4 WAY IT GIVES ERROR 04C400, PRESS NETER TO CONTINUE. iT THEN SAYS INITIALIZING BUT NEVER CHANGES. wHAT TO DO?

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  • JWITZEL Jun 24, 2008

    The machine is actually a 1055cm plus. I f this matters

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Pulled Harddrive and ethernet card, no error. Installed hard drive started machine, no error. Installed ethernet card, restarted machine got error. I am now replacing the ethernet card to resolve issue.

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