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    can anybody help me to fix this problem?

    I deleted hard drive's files and after restart system gave me this error code.

    sorry by mistake I post this as poll before.

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    there is no such code in the servicemanual??????????


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    I have the exact synmptom on a Bizhub C250. I noticed the hard drive now reports 0% free.


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    According to the KonicaMinolta TSB this code refers to an unformatted hard drive. Format using the copier functions and you should be fine.

    This message was edited by mincopier on 12-19-05 @ 5:36 PM

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    Thanks for the reply.
    The copier's format function does not run. Can this drive be formated another way?


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    DESCRIPTION: CD010 at power up.
    SOLUTION: CAUSE: Corrupted HDD.
    SOLUTION: Format the HDD.
    1. Access the service mode.
    2. Access state confirmation.
    3. Select memory/HDD adj.
    4. Select HDD format.
    5. Perform both a Physical and Logical format.
    6. Power the copier OFF/ON.

    This is right out of the TSB. If it does not work you may have a bad HDD. You can "Unset" the HDD as a temporary fix.


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    Yea we tried that procedure. The format never starts. When we unset the drive we get a C-E002 error at start-up. We have the folks at Minolta involved now and I'll post back what resolves this issue. We are going to try to flash it and see if that will make any differance but I doubt it.
    Thanks for the help.


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    After the flash we can now unset the drive and there are no errors on start. We still can't format it but we are f*rther along than we were. Now the copier says ready to copy but we get a flashing red print button and it never goes green. There is'nt anything on the display to indicate what is stopping the button from going green. I suspect that is why I can not format my drive. The button should go green when format is selected.

    This message was edited by oldschool on 12-22-05 @ 3:57 PM

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    Has the HDD been replaced yet? If the drive is bad it will not format and must be replaced before formatting.


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    We haven't replaced the drive yet we have unset it for now. We still can not make a copy. We just get a flashing red print button. It looks as tho the image adjustment was never fully completed. The first Tech that set it up only got part way through. We can't run the image adj at all any more. We just have that flashing print button and a display that says ready to copy.


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