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Gp300 formated hard disk

Thank you very much beaker020. I have also gp285 and gp300 with E0677. I accidentaly formated the hard drive and i don't have the installation CD to correct the problem.
CAN YOU HELP ME PLEASE.

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  • Lance Farrell May 11, 2010

    Maybe. Do you know if you have the H1/K1 printer option or the R1/P1 kit? It should be on a label on the printer board and on the hard drive.



    BTW, if you pull out the PDL/IF pcb, (the board in the "cage" that the printer board connects to) then the copier will boot up without the error code and function as a copier only.

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    problem trying formatting hdd

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E677 is no system software on the hard drive of the Fiery Print controller. You may be able to find the system software at EFI.com (but I doubt it). The System must be installed with a utility called PDL Downloader.

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