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QMS SC-200 Setup guide
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Introduction ..................................................................................................... 1-2
About This Manual .......................................................................................... 1-2
Typographic Conventions 1-3
Options ............................................................................................................. 1-4
Introduction ..................................................................................................... 2-2
Antistatic Protection ....................................................................................... 2-2
Single In-Line Memory Modules .................................................................... 2-2
Installation Procedure 2-3
Updating System Software ............................................................................. 2-8
Procedure—PC Users—Network 2-9
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Procedure—PC Users—Parallel 2-13
Procedure—Macintosh Users 2-14
Introduction ......................................................................................................3-2
Antistatic Protection .......................................................................................3-2
Network and LocalTalk Interfaces .................................................................3-3
What's in an Interface Kit? 3-3
Installation Procedure 3-4
Using a Network Interface 3-6
Using a LocalTalk Interface 3-6
SCSI Interface ..................................................................................................3-7
What's in a SCSI Interface Kit? 3-7
Installation Procedure 3-8
Using a SCSI Interface 3-10
Time-of-Day Clock .........................................................................................3-10
What's in the Kit? 3-10
Installation Procedure 3-11
Introduction ......................................................................................................4-2
Antistatic Protection 4-2
Emulations ......................................................................................................4-3
Downloading an Emulation 4-3
Using an Optional Emulation 4-5
QMS ImageServer ............................................................................................4-5
Disk Fonts ........................................................................................................4-6
Downloading Disk Fonts 4-6
CID Fonts ..........................................................................................................4-8
Kanji Font Internal IDE Hard Disk ..................................................................4-8
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What's in the Kit? 4-9
Hardware Requirements 4-9
Software Requirements 4-9
Installing a Kanji Font Internal IDE Hard Disk 4-10
Configuring the Printer for Kanji 4-10
QFORM ........................................................................................................... 4-10
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Introduction ..................................................................................................... 5-2
Antistatic Protection ....................................................................................... 5-2
Identifying Storage Devices ........................................................................... 5-2
Internal Hard Disks ......................................................................................... 5-3
Installing an Internal Hard Disk 5-3
External Storage Devices ............................................................................... 5-7
Attaching an External Storage Device 5-7
Turning on an External Storage Device 5-7
Using Jaz and Zip Drives 5-8
Formatting a Storage Device ......................................................................... 5-8
Error Messages 5-9
Configuring a Storage Device ........................................................................ 5-9
External Storage Devices 5-9
Internal Hard Disks 5-10
Backing Up Data to a Jaz or Zip Drive ........................................................ 5-10
Error Messages 5-11
Restoring Data from a Jaz or Zip Drive ....................................................... 5-12
Error Messages 5-13
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Introduction ..................................................................................................... 6-2
Additional Media Cassettes ........................................................................... 6-2
Lower Input Feeder ........................................................................................ 6-2
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What's in the Kit? 6-2
Unpacking the Lower Input Feeder 6-3
Installing the Lower Input Feeder 6-3
Security Key .....................................................................................................6-6
What's in the Kit? 6-6
Setting Configuration Menu Passwords 6-6
Using Configuration Menu Passwords 6-8
BuzzBox ...........................................................................................................6-9
What's in the Kit? 6-9
Installing BuzzBox 6-10
Using BuzzBox 6-11
Color Scanner/Copier ....................................................................................6-12
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Sources of Support ........................................................................................ A-2
Your QMS Vendor A-2
Your Application Vendor A-2
Internet A-2
QMS Customer Response Center (CRC) A-3
QMS World-wide Offices ................................................................................ A-4
QMS United States and Latin America A-4
QMS Canada A-5
QMS in Japan A-5
QMS EMEA A-5
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“Introduction” on page 1-2
“About This Manual” on page 1-2
“Options” on page 1-4
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This manual provides detailed instructions for installing your QMS magicolor 2+ Print
System options. Use this guide in conjunction with your other printer documentation.
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This manual contains printer configuration and reference information. It is divided into
the following sections:
Provides an overview of the manual.
Introduction
Memory and System
Software
Describes how to install printer memory
(SIMMs) and update the system software.
Interfaces and
Daughterboards
Describes how to install network (CrownNet
Token-Ring, CrownNet Ethernet and
DECnet) and LocalTalk interfaces, a SCSI
interface, and a time-of-day clock.
Emulations, Fonts, and
Other Software
Describes how to download fonts and
emulations and how to install a Kanji
external hard disk. This chapter also
provides information about QFORM.
Storage Devices
Describes how to install and configure hard
disks and includes information about storage
devices.
Hardware Options
Describes how to install a lower input feeder,
a security key, and a BuzzBox warning
buzzer. This chapter also includes
information about the optional color scanner/
copier.
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QMS Customer Support Provides world-wide product sales and
support telephone numbers and describes
how to communicate with QMS through the
Internet.
Index
The following typographic conventions are used in this manual:
Mixed-Case
Courier
Text you type, and messages and information displayed on
the screen
Mixed-Case Italic
Courier
Variable text you type; replace the italicized word(s) with
information specific to your printer or computer
UPPERCASE COURIER
Information displayed in the printer message window
lowercase bold
PostScript operators and DOS commands
lowercase italic
Variable information in text
UPPERCASE
File and utility names
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Press the Enter key (PC) or Return key (Macintosh)
^
Press and hold down the Ctrl key (PC)
In Adobe Acrobat PDF versions of the manual, click to play
a QuickTime video clip of the procedure described in the
text.
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Note: Notes contain tips, extra information, or important information that deserves
emphasis or reiteration.
Caution: Cautions present information that you need to know to avoid equipment
damage, process failure, or extreme annoyance.
WARNING! Warnings indicate the possibility of personal injury if a specific procedure
is not performed exactly as described in the manual.
ACHTUNG! Bitte halten Sie sich exakt an die im Handbuch beschriebene
Vorgehensweise, da sonst Verletzungsgefahr bestehen könnte.
The following options are available for your printer. Contact your local vendor for purchase information.
Color Scanner/
Copier
See chapter 6, “Hardware Options,” in the Options manual.
CrownNet
CrownNet Ethernet 10BaseT/100BaseTX
CrownNet Token-Ring
DECnet-TCP/IP Optional I/O
LocalTalk
See chapter 3, “Interfaces and Daughterboards,” in the Options
manual
Emulations, Fonts,
and Other Software
Emulations
Disk Fonts
Kanji Font Internal IDE Hard Disk
QFORM
See chapter 4, “Emulations, Fonts, and Other Software” in the Options
manual.
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Interfaces and
Daughterboards
Network and LocalTalk Interfaces
SCSI Interface
Time-of-Day Clock
See chapter 3, “Interfaces and Daughterboards” in the Options manual.
Lower Input Feeder
Includes a 250-sheet standard media cassette
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Note: The lower input feeder is standard on the EXD model.
See chapter 6, “Hardware Options” in the Options manual.
Media Cassettes
250-sheet letter/A4 standard media cassette
250-sheet universal cassette (for all supported media sizes)
See chapter 6, “Hardware Options,” in the Options manual.
Memory
See chapter 2, “Memory and System Software” in the Options manual.
Security Key
System Software
See chapter 2, “Memory and System Software” in the Options manual.
Security key with a 9-pin connector
See chapter 6, “Hardware Options” in the Options manual.
If installation instructions are included with the option, follow them. If not, use the
installation instructions in this Options manual.
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“Introduction” on page 2-2
“Antistatic Protection” on page 2-2
“Single In-Line Memory Modules” on page 2-2
“Updating System Software” on page 2-8
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This chapter provides details on how to install RAM and how to update system
software.
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Caution: It's very important to protect the printer controller board and any associated
daughterboard or module from electrostatic damage while performing any task
involving the controller board.
If an antistatic wrist strap is provided in your printer option kit, attach one end of it
to your wrist and the other end to any convenient electrical ground (for example, the
bare metal chassis of equipment, as on the back of a computer, that is plugged in but
turned off). Never attach the wrist strap to any piece of equipment with an electrical
current present. Turn off all power switches first. Plastic, rubber, wood, painted metal
surfaces, and telephones are not acceptable grounding points. The printer isn't an
acceptable grounding point either because it must be unplugged before you perform
this task.
If you don't have an antistatic wrist strap, discharge your body's static electric
charge by touching a grounded surface before you handle any printer boards or
components and before removing the controller board. Also avoid walking around after
grounding yourself.
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Single in-line memory modules (or SIMMs) are compact circuit boards with surface-mount memory chips.
Your QMS magicolor 2+ Print System comes with the following printer memory:
QMS magicolor 2+ CXE Print System—32 MB RAM
QMS magicolor 2+ GXE Print System—80 MB RAM
QMS magicolor 2+ EXD Print System—192 MB RAM
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However, you can upgrade any of these models to a maximum of 384 MB of RAM
through the installation of additional SIMMs.
Additional memory allows you to download more fonts and increase the printer's buffer
(area where data sent from the computer is stored while waiting to be printed).
Caution: You may also need additional memory to print on some media sizes at
resolutions above 600x600 dpi. Refer to chapter 4, “Advanced Printing Features,” in
the Operation manual for details.
Caution: It's very important to protect the printer controller board and SIMM from
electrostatic damage. Before performing this procedure, review the antistatic caution
in “Antistatic Protection” on page 2-2.
Always handle circuit boards by the edges only.
1
In case you need to restore any memory settings after the SIMM installation,
print an advanced status page.
Note: Installing SIMMs automatically restores defaults. If your memory settings
are specific to your environment, print an advanced status page before installing
SIMMs, so you can recover the current memory settings.
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2
Turn off the printer, and then disconnect the power cord and all interface
cables from the printer.
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3
Remove the printer’s controller board.
Loosen two screws, one on each end of the I/O connector panel, and, using the
tab on the lower side of the connector panel, pull the controller board from the
printer.
Note: The illustration shows the printer without the duplexer. However, the
instructions are the same for all models.
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4
Position the controller board on a flat surface so the controller board lies flat
and the I/O connector panel is facing you.
5
If you need to remove a SIMM before installing one, remove it as follows;
otherwise skip to step 6.
Note: If all the SIMM connectors are filled and you want to install more memory,
you have to exchange one or more SIMMs for SIMMs with a greater memory
capacity.
a
Using both thumbs, pull the latches (one on each side of the SIMM connector)
outward.
b
Tilt the SIMM backwards to a 45° angle away from the SIMM connector.
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c
Lift the SIMM out.
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Remove the new SIMM from its antistatic bag.
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Insert the new SIMM into the SIMM connector.
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Hold the SIMM at a 45° angle to the controller board, with the notch on the
right side and the bottom edge in the connector.
Note: The first SIMM must be added to the DRAM0 SIMM connector. Both
DRAM0 and DRAM1 must be occupied before adding a third SIMM to
DRAM2.
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b
Tilt the SIMM up to a 90° angle until you feel it snap into place.
When seated, the SIMM stands upright, firmly in place. If you cannot snap the
SIMM into place, do not force it. Reposition it, making sure that the bottom of
the SIMM is seated completely in the connector.
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Repeat steps 6–7 for each additional SIMM being installed.
9
Reinstall the controller board into the printer.
Gently slide the controller board into the printer until it is fully seated, and then
tighten the two screws.
10 Reconnect all interface cables.
11 Reconnect the power cord, and turn on the printer.
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Note: In compliance with UL guidelines, “The appliance inlet is considered to be
the main disconnect device.”
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12 Print a startup page.
Check that the startup page states the total size of the RAM installed in your
printer.
13 If necessary, refer to the advanced status page you printed in step 1 to
reconfigure printer memory.
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The system software in your QMS magicolor 2+ Print Systems are stored in flash
ROM, read-only memory that can be erased and rewritten to “in a flash.” Updated system software allows you to take advantage of future enhancements to the printer.
The use of flash memory for system software storage offers the opportunity for easy
field update of system code. A resident loader will be provided to enable the user to
install all code updates. Installation of a code update will overwrite the previous contents of the flash memory.
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Caution: Do not download system software to an entire group of printers unless every
printer in the group is the same model and supports the new software version. If you
overwrite a printer’s system software with the wrong type of system software, that
printer will not be functional.
1
In the main CrownAdmin window, select the printer, group, or set you want
to download to.
2
Read the instructions in your printer documentation for downloading print
system software from a PS file. When the instructions say to send the system software to the printer, choose Print File from the File menu in the main
CrownAdmin window.
3
In the Print File Dialog Box, use the Browse button to locate and select the
system PS file, then choose Open.
4
In the Print File Dialog Box, choose the Print button.
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First, you need to make sure that the printer is up on the network.
Before following the instructions below, ensure that your printer is powered on
(previous troubleshooting steps may have had you power the printer off).
If you have a PC:
1
Go to Start/Programs/MS-DOS Prompt (Start/Programs/Command Prompt
for NT).
2
In the DOS window, type:
ping ipaddress↵
(for example, ping 161.33.128.5↵)
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If everything is working correctly, you will see output such as:
If it doesn't detect the printer on the network, which is usually an incorrect IP
address or bad cabling, you will see the following:
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If you have the IP scheme set incorrectly on your PC, then you will get
the following:
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If you are running a UNIX box:
a
Open a window on your UNIX box.
b
In the window, type:
ping ipaddress↵
(for example, ping 161.33.131.62↵)
Now that you know it is up on the network, you need to ftp and “put” the system code
to the printer.
We assume that you have a system file, for example “system.ps” on your hard drive,
and that you are in the directory where this file resides. We also assume the printer is
in an “idle” state.
1
On a Windows machine, get to a DOS prompt. On a UNIX machine, open a
new window and type:
ftp ipaddress↵
2
(for example, ftp 161.33.128.5↵)
When prompted for a user name and password, press Enter for both.
An ftp> prompt displays.
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Note: If a message displays denoting invalid password, contact your system
administrator. Otherwise, continue.
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3
At the ftp> prompt, change to binary mode by typing
bin↵
4
Now you need to “put” the system file. Type
put system.ps↵
The process will look like the following:
If a page prints out, then you are communicating correctly. If not, contact the Customer Response Center.
5
At the ftp> prompt, end the ftp session by typing
quit↵
6
Wait 10 minutes, then reboot the printer.
Your startup page will reflect the new version of code.
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2
Access the Administration/Miscellaneous/New System Image menu.
Menu
Administration/Miscellaneous/New System Image
Choices
Yes—Download new system code
No—Don’t download new system code
Default
No
Select Yes in the New System Image menu.
The printer automatically reboots and waits for the new system software (image)
to be sent via your PC’s parallel port.
3
Send the new system image to the printer.
Type
copy /b *.dl lpt#↵
where # is 1 to 3. (/b refers to binary files.)
Note: In some cases, the extension to the file may be ps.
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4
While the system software is loading, the Online LED blinks off and on, and
the message window displays
Downloading image
via parallel port.
5
After the new system software has been written to ROM, the printer reboots
itself to activate the new system software.
Note: The new system image doesn’t erase the old image until the printer verifies
that the new image is valid.
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6
Print another advanced status page, and verify that the configuration settings are the same.
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To upgrade QMS Crown printer system code from a Macintosh, you can download the
QMS Printer Utility mentioned below at the QMS web site (ftp://ftp.qms.com/pub/cts/
out_going/mac/prtutil.sea.hqx). If you would like to use an Adobe product, you can
download their software at http://www.adobe.com/.
1
Download the latest version of the QMS printer system code.
Note: Download only the file the support engineer directs you to download.
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2
Using QMS Printer Utility or Adobe Downloader, send the code to the
printer.
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Open the QMS Printer Utility application.
2
Select your printer in the QMS Printer Utility window.
3
Choose Send PostScript File... from the File menu.
4
Choose Browse and locate the file you downloaded from our ftp site.
Select the name of the file.
5
Choose Add.
6
Choose Done.
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Choose Print.
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1
Select the printer you wish to upgrade in the Chooser.
2
Open the Adobe Downloader application.
3
Choose Download PostScript File... from the File menu.
4
Locate the file you downloaded from our ftp site.
Select the name of the file.
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Select Open.
Caution: Wait 20 minutes, then reboot the printer.
The startup page should reflect the new version of code.
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“Introduction” on page 3-2
“Antistatic Protection” on page 3-2
“Network and LocalTalk Interfaces” on page 3-3
“SCSI Interface” on page 3-7
“Time-of-Day Clock” on page 3-10
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The following options mount on your printer’s controller board:
Network interfaces (CrownNet Ethernet, CrownNet Token-Ring, and
Crown for DECnet-TCP/IP)
LocalTalk interface
SCSI interface
Time-of-day clock
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Caution: It’s very important to protect the printer controller board and any associated
daughterboard or module from electrostatic damage while performing any task
involving the controller board.
If an antistatic wrist strap is provided in your printer option kit, attach one end of it
to your wrist and the other end to any convenient electrical ground (for example, the
bare metal chassis of equipment, as on the back of a computer, that is plugged in but
turned off). Never attach the wrist strap to any piece of equipment with an electrical
current present. Turn off all power switches first. Plastic, rubber, wood, painted metal
surfaces, and telephones are not acceptable grounding points. The printer isn’t an
acceptable grounding point either because it must be unplugged before you perform
this task.
If you don’t have an antistatic wrist strap, discharge your body’s static electric
charge by touching a grounded surface before you handle any printer boards or
components and before removing the controller board. Also avoid walking around
after grounding yourself.
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Your printer supports the following interface cards:
CrownNet Ethernet 10BaseT/100BaseTX (TCP/IP, NetWare, Ethertalk, LAN
Manager/LAN Server) for an additional CrownNet Ethernet connection
CrownNet Token-Ring (TCP/IP, NetWare, LAN Manager/LAN Server)
QMS Crown for DECnet-TCP/IP
LocalTalk
You can install one of these interface cards in addition to the three standard interfaces—parallel, serial, and CrownNet Ethernet (TCP/IP, NetWare, Ethertalk, LAN
Manager/LAN Server). The printer’s Simultaneous Interface Operation (SIO) allows all
of these interfaces to be active at the same time. In other words, your printer can
simultaneously communicate through all four ports with four hosts, either computers or
networks.
An optional interface kit includes the following:
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An interface card
Interface documentation (in hardcopy and/or on CD-ROM)
Note: If you ordered a LocalTalk interface, all of the documentation you need is
included in the Operation manual and this manual.
The kit may also include additional parts not required for network interface installation
on this printer.
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Caution: It’s very important to protect the printer controller board and any associated
circuit boards from electrostatic damage. Before performing this procedure, review the
antistatic caution in “Antistatic Protection” on page 3-2. In addition, always handle
circuit boards by the edges only.
1
Note: The illustration shows the
printer without the duplexer.
However, the instructions are
the same for all models.
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2
Turn off the printer, and then
disconnect the power cord
and all interface cables from
the printer.
Loosen two screws (one on
each end of the interface
panel) and, using the tab on
the lower side of the panel,
pull the controller board from
the printer.
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3
Remove the two screws holding the metal plate over the
optional interface opening.
The optional interface opening is labelled “Option.” It’s located
next to the “Parallel” port. Save the two screws. (You’ll use
them when you install the optional interface card.) You can
discard the plate.
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Attach the interface card to the controller board.
a
Position the interface card so that its I/O connector slides
into its opening in the interface panel and that its 80-pin
connector aligns with the 80-pin connector on the
controller board.
b
Gently press the interface card down until its connector is
fully seated and the card is secured by the plastic support
post(s).
Caution: Make sure that the connectors on the interface
card and controller board are properly aligned. Damage to
the interface card and/or controller board could result if
the pins are misaligned.
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5
Secure the interface card to the interface panel with the two screws you
removed earlier.
6
Reinstall the controller board.
Gently slide the controller board into the printer until it is fully seated, and then
tighten the two screws.
7
Reconnect all interface cables.
8
Reconnect the power cord, and turn on the printer.
Note: In compliance with UL guidelines, “The appliance inlet is considered to be
the main disconnect device.”
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9
Print a startup page.
Check that the startup page lists the interface (Optional NIC) just installed under
“Options.”
Once a network interface is installed, refer to the following for more information:
For a CrownNet interface, refer to the Connecting Your QMS Print System for
information on connecting to the network, installing the software, and configuring
the interface and the network. In addition, chapter 2, “Printer Configuration,” of
QMS CrownNet Interface System Administrator’s Guide, provides complete configuration information.
For a DECnet-TCP/IP interface, refer to the QMS DECnet-TCP/IP Setup Guide and
the TCP/IP Protocol Option User’s Guide.
Your application and network documentation contain information on printing over
the network.
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Once a LocalTalk interface is installed, refer to the following for more information:
For configuration information, refer to chapter 4, “Printer Configuration,” in the
Reference manual.
Your application and Macintosh documentation contain information on printing via
LocalTalk.
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The optional SCSI interface allows you to connect up to three optional SCSI devices,
including hard disks, and Jaz and Zip drives. These devices provide storage for fonts,
emulations, and other files; increase the number of pages that can be collated; and
provide a secondary storage area for spooled data, while providing virtual memory
capabilities.
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An optional SCSI interface kit includes the following:
SCSI interface card
SCSI interface card ribbon cable
Connector face plate
Two larger screws
Two smaller screws
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Caution: It’s very important to protect the printer controller board and any associated
circuit boards from electrostatic damage. Before performing this procedure, review the
antistatic caution in “Antistatic Protection” on page 3-2. In addition, always handle
circuit boards by the edges only.
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Note: The illustration shows the
printer without the duplexer.
However, the instructions are
the same for all models.
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2
Turn off the printer, and then
disconnect the power cord
and all interface cables from
the printer.
Loosen two screws (one on
each end of the interface
panel) and, using the tab on
the lower side of the panel,
pull the controller board from
the printer.
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3
Remove the two screws holding the metal plate over the
SCSI interface opening.
The SCSI interface opening is labelled “SCSI.” It’s located
next to the “Serial” and “Key” ports.
You can discard the metal plate and screws.
4
Attach the ribbon cable to its connector on the SCSI
interface card.
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Attach the SCSI interface card to the controller board.
a
Position the SCSI interface card so that its ribbon cable connector aligns with
the SCSI connector on the controller board.
b
Gently press the ribbon cable connector down until it’s fully seated.
Caution: Make sure that the connectors on the ribbon cable and the controller
board are properly aligned. Damage to the controller board could result if the
pins are misaligned.
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c
Insert the SCSI interface card connector into its opening in the interface
panel.
d
Secure the SCSI interface card to the interface panel with the two larger
screws in the kit.
Reinstall the controller board.
Gently slide the controller board into the printer until it’s fully seated, and then
tighten the two screws.
7
Reconnect all interface cables.
8
Reconnect the power cord and turn on the printer.
Note: In compliance with UL guidelines, “The appliance inlet is considered to be
the main disconnect device.”
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9
Print a startup page.
Check that the startup page lists the interface (SCSI) just installed under
“Options.”
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Note: Installing the SCSI interface kit alone will not allow you to print via SCSI. See
chapter 5, “Storage Devices” for further information about attaching Jaz or Zip drives.
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The time-of-day clock provides time and date information on the startup page and in
the accounting data.
The optional time-of-day clock kit includes only the following:
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Time-of-day clock
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Caution: It’s very important to protect the printer controller board and any associated
circuit boards from electrostatic damage. Before performing this procedure, review the
antistatic caution in “Antistatic Protection” on page 3-2. In addition, always handle
circuit boards by the edges only.
1
Turn off the printer, and then
disconnect the power cord
and all interface cables from
the printer.
2
Loosen two screws (one on
each end of the interface
panel) and, using the tab on
the lower side of the panel,
pull the controller board from
the printer.
Note: The illustration shows the printer without the duplexer. However, the
instructions are the same for all models.
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3
Attach the time-of-day clock to the controller board.
WARNING: Because the time-of-day clock includes an internal battery, there is a
danger of explosion if the clock is incorrectly installed or replaced. Replace it only
with a supported QMS time-of-day clock. Dispose of any used time-of-day clock in
accordance with local laws and regulations.
ACHTUNG! Da der Uhrenbaustein eine interne Batterie enthält, besteht
Explosionsgefahr, falls dieser falsch eingesetzt oder ersetzt wird. Er darf nur
durch einen unterstützten Baustein ersetzt werden. Bitte entsorgen Sie den
Baustein gemäß den geltenden Entsorgungsbestimmungen.
AVERTISSEMENT! Dû au fait que l’horloge interne de l’imprimante est munie
d’une batterie interne, il y a un risque d’explosion si celle-ci est mal installée ou
remplacée. La remplacer seulement avec une horloge supportée par QMS. Se
départir de toute horloge interne défectueuse en respectant les lois et
réglementations en vigueur.
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b
Locate the time-of-day clock
socket on the controller
board and the pin 1 notch or
printed label.
Locate the pin 1 indicator
mark on the top of the
time-of-day clock.
This mark may be a notch
or a slight depression on
one end of the clock.
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Align this indicator mark with the pin 1 notch or printed label on the controller
board.
d
Gently press down on the time-of-day clock until it’s firmly seated.
Caution: Make sure that the pins on the time-of-day clock are properly
aligned with those in the receiving socket on the controller board. Damage to
the time-of-day clock and/or controller board could result if the pins are
misaligned.
4
Reinstall the controller board.
Gently slide the controller board into the printer until it is fully seated, and then
tighten the two screws.
5
Reconnect all interface cables.
6
Reconnect the power cord and turn on the printer.
Note: In compliance with UL guidelines, “The appliance inlet is considered to be
the main disconnect device.”
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7
Print a startup page.
The time-of-day clock is not listed under “Installed Options” on the startup page,
but the time will appear as System Date in the Printer Information column.
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“Introduction” on page 4-2
“Emulations” on page 4-3
“QMS ImageServer” on page 4-5
“Disk Fonts” on page 4-6
“CID Fonts” on page 4-8
“Kanji Font Internal IDE Hard Disk” on page 4-8
“QFORM” on page 4-10
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Your printer has several software options which expand its capabilities:
QMS emulations
QMS ImageServer
Disk fonts
CID fonts
QMS Kanji font internal hard disks
QMS QFORM
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Caution: It’s very important to protect the printer controller board and any associated
daughterboard or module from electrostatic damage while performing any task
involving the controller board.
If an antistatic wrist strap is provided in your printer option kit, attach one end of it
to your wrist and the other end to any convenient electrical ground (for example, the
bare metal chassis of equipment, as on the back of a computer, that is plugged in but
turned off). Never attach the wrist strap to any piece of equipment with an electrical
current present. Turn off all power switches first. Plastic, rubber, wood, painted metal
surfaces, and telephones are not acceptable grounding points. The printer isn’t an
acceptable grounding point either because it must be unplugged before you perform
this task.
If you don’t have an antistatic wrist strap, discharge your body’s static electric
charge by touching a grounded surface before you handle any printer boards or
components and before removing the controller board. Also avoid walking around
after grounding yourself.
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Optional emulations, such as CGM, LN03 Plus, and XES/UDK, are available as PostScript files on floppy disks. This section describes how to download an optional emulation to the printer’s hard disk.
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Note: You must have at least one hard disk, internal or external, attached to the
printer in order to use an optional emulation. If more than one hard disk is available,
the emulation automatically installs itself on the disk with the most free storage space.
QMS recommends that you have at least 4 MB of memory above the base
configuration and that you add at least 1 MB memory to each emulation installed. This
ensures that the printer can run the emulation without slowing down performance.
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We recommend that you use CrownAdmin to download an emulation. Refer to the
CrownAdmin online help for instructions.
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1
Turn on the printer, and wait for IDLE to appear in the message window.
2
Insert the emulation disk in your PC’s 3.5" disk drive, and change to that
drive (for example, if you’re using the A drive, type a:↵).
3
Send the emulation to the printer’s hard disk.
If your PC and printer are connected through the parallel port, type
copy /b *.ps lpt#↵
where # is 1 to 3. (/b refers to binary files.)
If your PC and printer are connected through the serial port, type
copy /b *.ps com#↵
where # is 1 to 4. (/b refers to binary files.)
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When downloading is complete, reboot the printer.
The emulation should be listed in the Options section of the printer’s startup page,
in the Administration/Emulation printer’s configuration menu, and on the advanced
status page.
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Note: Before you begin this procedure, your printer and PC (or UNIX workstation)
must be connected to an Ethernet network running TCP/IP and have valid IP
addresses.
1
If your PC is running Windows, change to DOS.
2
Insert the emulation disk in your PC’s 3.5" disk drive, and change to that
drive (for example, if you’re using the A drive, type a:↵).
3
If you want to download the emulation from a UNIX workstation, copy the
installation file from the emulation disk to a temporary directory on your
UNIX workstation.
4
Turn on the printer, and wait for IDLE to appear in the message window.
5
Open an ftp session at your PC or workstation by typing one of the following
commands:
ftp printername↵
ftp ipaddress↵
6
(for example, ftp pctdev6↵)
(for example, ftp 161.33.130.45↵)
When prompted for a user name and password, press Enter for both.
An ftp> prompt displays.
7
At the ftp> prompt, change to binary mode by typing
bin↵
8
At the ftp> prompt, send the emulation file to the printer’s hard disk by
typing
put filename.ps↵
where filename is the name of the installation file.
The printer’s message window reads 1 Active Job to indicate that the emulation is being downloaded to the hard disk. The ftp> prompt returns when the
emulation has finished loading.
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At the ftp> prompt, end the ftp session by typing
quit↵
10 When the Disk light stops flashing and the printer’s message window reads
Idle for at least 30 seconds, turn the printer off and then on again.
11 When the printer’s message window reads Idle again, the emulation is
ready to use.
The emulation should be listed in the Options section of the printer’s startup page,
in the Administration/Emulation printer’s configuration menu, and on the advanced
status page.
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Note: You may want to erase any installation files left on your computer (and/or
workstation), and then remove any temporary directories.
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Use the Administration/Emulation menu to set the parameters for the available printer
emulations. Optional emulations appear only if installed.
Refer to the documentation that came with your emulation for configuration and usage
instructions.
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Note: To choose an emulation for a particular interface, use the appropriate interface
menu in the Administration/Communications menu.
The QMS ImageServer option includes products that raise image printing performance and enhance print functionality to a level comparable to that of the document
imaging system as a whole. Typically, print performance in a non-ImageServer environment is realtively slow due to the nature of raster file formats and the lack of attention given to print system enabling within the imaging system.
ImageServer option products specifically address these limitations and adapt QMS
printer products to the document imaging system. Optional emulations such as the
QMS ImageServer are available as PostScript files on floppy disks for your computer.
When an emulation has been downloaded for the printer’s hard disk and the printer
has been rebooted, the emulation will show up on the printer status page and the con'(
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figuration menu. For complete information about the emulation’s configuration options
for CALS and TIFF, refer to the documentation that comes with the ImageServer
option.
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Optional fonts are available as PostScript files on floppy disks. This section describes
how to download optional fonts from a floppy disk to the printer’s hard disk.
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Note: At least one hard disk (internal or external) must be present on your printer
before you can download a font. If more than one hard disk is available, the font
automatically installs itself on the disk with the most free storage space.
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We recommend that you use CrownAdmin to download fonts. Refer to the
CrownAdmin online help for instructions.
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This procedure contains the instructions for downloading the fonts from a floppy disk
onto your printer’s hard disk.
1
Connect the PC to the printer’s parallel or serial port.
2
Turn on the printer, and wait for IDLE to appear in the message window.
3
Insert the font disk in your PC’s 3.5" disk drive, and change to that drive (for
example, if you’re using the A drive, type a:↵).
4
Send the fonts to the printer’s hard disk.
If your PC and printer are connected through the parallel port, type
copy /b *.ps lpt#↵
where # is 1 to 3. (/b refers to binary files.)
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If your PC and printer are connected through the serial port, type
copy /b *.ps com#↵
where # is 1 to 4. (/b refers to binary files.)
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When the downloading is complete, reboot the printer.
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Note: Before you begin this procedure, your printer and PC (or UNIX workstation)
must be connected to an Ethernet network running TCP/IP and have valid IP
addresses.
1
If your PC is running Windows, change to DOS.
2
Insert the fonts disk in your PC’s 3.5" disk drive, and change to that drive
(for example, if you’re using the A drive, type a:↵).
3
If you want to download the fonts from a UNIX workstation, copy the installation file from the fonts disk to a temporary directory on your UNIX workstation.
4
Turn on the printer, and wait for IDLE to appear in the message window.
5
Open an ftp session at your PC or workstation by typing one of the following
commands:
ftp printername↵
ftp ipaddress↵
6
(for example, ftp pctdev6↵)
(for example, ftp 161.33.130.45↵)
When prompted for a user name and password, press Enter for both.
An ftp> prompt displays.
7
At the ftp> prompt, change to binary mode by typing
bin↵
8
At the ftp> prompt, send the fonts file to the printer’s hard disk by
typing
put filename.ps↵
where filename is the name of the installation file.
The printer’s message window reads 1 Active Job to indicate that the fonts are
being downloaded to the hard disk. The ftp> prompt returns when the fonts have
finished loading.
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At the ftp> prompt, end the ftp session by typing
quit↵
10 When the Disk light stops flashing and the printer’s message window reads
Idle for at least 30 seconds, turn the printer off and then on again.
11 When the printer’s message window reads Idle again, the fonts are ready
to use.
The fonts should be listed in the Options section of the printer’s startup page, in
the Administration/PCL 5E printer’s configuration menu, and on the advanced status page.
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Note: You may want to erase any installation files left on your computer (and/or
workstation), and then remove any temporary directories.
CID fonts are supported on the magicolor 2+. CID fonts are a format of composite
(multibyte) Type 1 fonts that address the requirements of Far East markets. CID-keyed
refers to the character identifier (CID) numbers that are used to index and access the
characters in the font. A CID font consists of a large font file that contains all the character outlines and a small CMap file that contains a list of characters, encodings, and
character identifiers. Each CID font can support many character set and encoding
combinations.
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The preformatted QMS Kanji font internal IDE hard disk contains Kanji fonts and other
files. These fonts can be printed at a variety of point sizes and in different styles and
resolutions.
After the Kanji hard disk is installed in your QMS magicolor 2+, the Kanji fonts are
available for use just as if they were resident in the printer.
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Internal hard disk preformatted with the following Kanji fonts:
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FutoGoB101-Bold
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FutoMinA101-Bold
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Jun101-Light
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MidashiGo-MB31
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MidashiMin-MA 31
IDE hard disk with ribbon cable attached
IDE hard disk bracket
3 screws
For assistance or information, call your local vendor. See appendix A, “QMS Customer
Support,” for locations and telephone numbers.
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A Macintosh, IBM PC, or compatible computer
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An application (such as a word processing or desktop publishing package) that supports the PostScript printing.
If you’re using a Macintosh, the following Macintosh system software:
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KanjiTalk, version J1-6.0.7 or later
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System File, version J1-6.0.7 or later
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Laser Prep, version J1-6.0.1 or later
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LaserWriter, version J1-6.0.2 or later
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Print Monitor, version J1-1.3 or later
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MultiFinder, version J1-6.1.7 or later
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Macintosh OS 8.xJ
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If you’re using a PC, the following system software:
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If you’re using Windows, version 3.1J or later
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If you’re using DOS, version 5.0J or later
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Caution: The Kanji fonts are factory installed on a formatted hard disk drive. DO NOT
reformat or initialize the QMS Kanji internal hard disk. Reformatting erases all data,
fonts, and files on the disk. Your warranty does not cover this error.
The Kanji font internal IDE hard disk is installed on the controller board in the same
way any internal hard disk is installed. See chapter 5, “Storage Devices,” for detailed
steps on installing an internal hard disk.
Caution: If you already have a hard disk, you need to retrieve the fonts and forms and
system code and place them on a new hard disk. If you already have an internal hard
disk installed, you must remove it before you can install the Kanji disk.
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See chapter 5, “Storage Devices,” for information on how to configure your printer’s
memory when using an internal hard disk.
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The QMS QFORM option allows you to use existing lineprinter and forms printing
applications on your QMS magicolor 2+ Print System. This printer resident application
gives you the ability to store PostScript forms on the printer’s hard disk and fill those
forms with your application’s ASCII print stream. Features include
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Definition of page formatting and fonts
Duplexing with binding-margin offsets
Two-sided forms with text fill-in on front and/or back
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“Greenbar” listing formats
Automatic page numbering
ANSI carriage-control recognition
Single- and multipart forms
Labels and multipart forms
Logos and watermarks
Note: QMS QFORM doesn’t support color features.
Refer to the documentation that comes in the QFORM kit for installation and usage
instructions.
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“Introduction” on page 5-2
“Antistatic Protection” on page 5-2
“Identifying Storage Devices” on page 5-2
“Internal Hard Disks” on page 5-3
“External Storage Devices” on page 5-7
“Formatting a Storage Device” on page 5-8
“Configuring a Storage Device” on page 5-9
“Backing Up Data to a Jaz or Zip Drive” on page 5-10
“Restoring Data from a Jaz or Zip Drive” on page 5-12
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Hard disks, Jaz drives, and Zip drives provide storage for character bitmaps, downloaded outline fonts, and other files. Hard disks also provide virtual memory.
This chapter provides information on installing and using internal and external hard
disks as well as Iomega Jaz and Zip drives.
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Caution: It’s very important to protect the printer controller board and any associated
daughterboard or module from electrostatic damage while performing any task
involving the controller board.
If an antistatic wrist strap is provided in your printer option kit, attach one end of it
to your wrist and the other end to any convenient electrical ground (for example, the
bare metal chassis of equipment, as on the back of a computer, that is plugged in but
turned off). Never attach the wrist strap to any piece of equipment with an electrical
current present. Turn off all power switches first. Plastic, rubber, wood, painted metal
surfaces, and telephones are not acceptable grounding points. The printer isn’t an
acceptable grounding point either because it must be unplugged before you perform
this task.
If you don’t have an antistatic wrist strap, discharge your body’s static electric
charge by touching a grounded surface before you handle any printer boards or
components and before removing the controller board. Also avoid walking around
after grounding yourself.
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Hard disks, Jaz drives, and Zip drives are identified by their device numbers. If the
printer has an internal hard disk, it has a device number of DSK7. If optional external
hard disks and/or drives are attached, their device numbers can be DSK0–DSK4 or
DSK6. Device numbers of external hard disks and drives can be set by the installer.
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Note: If an internal hard disk is removed or an external hard disk or drive is not turned
on, the printer does not reset nonvolatile RAM to the factory defaults.
Caution: If you connect to this printer an external hard disk you previously used with
an earlier QMS Crown printer (such as a QMS 2060, 4060, or magicolor 2, or
magicolor 330), this QMS magicolor 2+ Print System software release will
automatically reorganize the files on the hard disk when the printer is turned back on
again. (The printer release number is listed on both the startup and the status page.)
Once this reorganization is done, the files on the hard disk can no longer be accessed
if the hard disk is reattached to an earlier QMS Crown printer.
This reorganization process takes time. If, when you first turn the printer on after
attaching a previously used hard disk, it does not come on line immediately, be
patient. Interrupting the reorganization process could cause all files on the hard
disk to be lost.
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The IDE hard disk kit includes the following:
IDE hard disk with ribbon cable attached
IDE hard disk bracket
3 screws
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Caution: It's very important to protect the printer controller board and any associated
circuit boards from electrostatic damage. Before performing this procedure, review the
antistatic caution in “Antistatic Protection” on page 5-2. In addition, always handle
circuit boards by the edges only.
When installing or removing a hard disk, ensure that the metal support posts (on the
hard disk) don’t hit any of the electrical leads on the chips mounted on the controller
board. The controller board will not function if any of the leads are broken or shorted
together.
1
Note: The illustration shows the
printer without the duplexer.
However, the instructions are
the same for all models.
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Turn off the printer, and then
disconnect the power cord
and all interface cables from
the printer.
2
Loosen two screws (one on
each end of the interface
panel) and, using the tab on
the lower side of the panel,
pull the controller board from
the printer.
3
Position the controller board on a flat surface so the controller board lies flat
and the interface panel is facing you.
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If you need to remove a hard disk before installing one, remove it as follows;
otherwise skip to step 5.
a
Place your left hand on the metal interface plate, the thumb on your right hand
on top of the hard disk, and the other fingers on your right hand underneath
the corner of the hard disk, and then pull up gently but firmly on the hard disk.
The disk is firmly seated, so it may take several tries to remove it.
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Unplug the ribbon cable connector from its mating connector on the controller
board.
Caution: Don’t push or pull with the ribbon cable. Use the cable connector.
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Attach the IDE hard disk to the hard disk bracket.
Attach the IDE hard disk to the bracket with the grooved-end of the bracket facing the
ribbon cable. The screw holes in the bottom of the hard disk should match up with the
holes on the hard disk bracket. Fasten the hard disk to the bracket with the screws
provided.
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Position the hard disk so that the four support posts face the controller
board, the colored stripe on the ribbon cable faces away from you, and the
connector is down.
7
Insert ribbon cable connector pin 1 (the colored stripe side of the cable) in
hard disk connector pin 1.
Caution: Make sure that the ribbon cable connector and the controller board
connector pins are properly aligned. Damage to the controller board could result if
the pins are misaligned.
8
Press down gently but firmly on the cable connector until it is fully seated.
Caution: Do not push or pull with the ribbon cable. Use the cable connector.
9
Align the support posts with the holes on the controller board, and then
press down to secure the hard disk to the controller board.
So that you don’t stress the board, press one corner at a time to secure the hard
disk to the controller board.
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10 Reconnect all interface cables.
11 Reconnect the power cord and turn on the printer.
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Note: In compliance with UL guidelines, “The appliance inlet is considered to be
the main disconnect device.”
12 Print a startup page.
Check that the startup page indicates the presence of the hard disk.
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Note: You must have an optional SCSI interface board installed before you can attach
an external SCSI hard disk, Jaz drive, or Zip drive. Refer to the installation instructions
in chapter 3, “Interfaces and Daughterboards.”
For information on attaching an external SCSI hard disk, an Iomega Jaz drive, or an
Iomega Zip drive, see the documentation that comes with the device.
See FAQ 7181 for a list of each QMS-approved hard disk, its manufacturers and part
numbers, and the QMS products on which it can be used. You can access QMS FAQs
through the Internet at http://www.qms.com/support, then click on FAQs (see appendix A, “QMS Customer Support”).
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Note: FAQ numbers may be subject to change, so you may want to obtain a directory
of FAQs before requesting a specific document.
For the printer to recognize one or more external storage devices, each device must
be turned on before you turn on the printer. If the printer recognizes the device(s) and
the startup page is enabled, check to ensure that DISK ONLINE prints on that page. If
the startup page is not enabled, print a status page and check to see if DISK ONLINE
prints on that page.
If DISK ONLINE does not print, see chapter 9, “Troubleshooting Printer Problems,” of
the Operation manual for more information.
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Properly installed devices also appear in the “Options” section of the startup page (if
it’s enabled) and on the status page as %%diskx%. (x is a 7 for an internal IDE hard
disk and 0-4 or 6 for any external SCSI hard disks or drives, depending on the SCSI ID
set on the back of the device.)
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Keep the following in mind when using Jaz and Zip drives:
Data can be backed up only to Jaz and Zip drives, not to external SCSI hard disks.
Jaz and Zip drive information shows up on the startup and status page only if
media is present in the drive.
If a Jaz or Zip drive is attached to the printer but no media is present, you will
experience a long delay (30 seconds or more) when you take the printer off line
and put it back on line.
Jaz and Zip drives cannot be used for disk swapping or accounting. They can be
used only for font and file storage and for data backup and restoration.
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Access the Administration/Disk Operations menu, and then press the control panel
keys in the order shown in the following table. The printer responds by displaying a
status message in the message window (DSK refers to the device, and # is the device
number).
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Note: You may need to press the Next key one or more times to advance through the
list of selections or options.
Press this
key...
to...
and the message window
reads...
Select
Access the Disk Operations/Format Disk menu FORMAT DISK
Select
Access the Format Disk/Dsk#: menu.
DSK#:
Next or
Previous
Advance through the list of attached devices.
DSK#:
Select
Select the device and display a format
confirmation message.
ARE YOU SURE?
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Press this
key...
to...
and the message window
reads...
Select
Begin the formatting process. While the system FORMATTING...
reboots, the device is being formatted.
Notify you when the formatting process is
complete. The printer then powers up, and a
startup page prints (if enabled).
FORMAT COMPLETE
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The following error messages may appear while you are using the Disk Operations
menu:
Message
Meaning
Action
FORMAT FAILED
The device cannot be used.
Press the Menu key to remove the
message, and contact your local
vendor.
WRITE ERROR
The device encountered a
write error, or there is no
room for the data on the
device or in RAM.
Press the Menu key to remove the
message, and restart the operation
from the beginning.
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Note: While you’re making changes in the configuration menu, you may also want to
turn on the printer’s page recovery option. (Choose On in the Administration/Engine/
Page Recovery menu.) Page recovery allows the printer to automatically track and
reprint jammed pages so you don’t have to resend jobs after clearing a jam.
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1
Use the Administration/Memory/Manual Config/K Mem Disc Cache menu to
increase the disk cache size to 1256 KB.
2
Turn the printer off and then on again.
3
Print a status page to check that the Disk Cache size is increased. (Notice
that VM remaining memory is also increased.)
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1
Use the Administration/Memory/Enable Disk Swap menu to enable disk
swapping.
Disk swapping takes full advantage of the disk by allowing the printer to use the
hard disk to supplement RAM when necessary.
2
Turn the printer off and then on again to make this change take effect.
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Note: If a Jaz drive is formatted and the user wants to back up immediately after that,
the printer needs to be taken online first after the format before a backup can be
performed.
Attach the Jaz or Zip drive to which you’ll be backing up data to the printer’s SCSI port
or SCSI chain.
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Note: You cannot back up data to an internal or external hard disk.
Access the Administration/Disk Operations menu, and then press the control panel
keys in the order shown in the following table. The printer responds by displaying a
status message in the message window (DSK refers to the device, and # is the device
number).
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Note: You may need to press the Next key one or more times to advance through the
list of selections or options.
Press this
key...
to...
and the message window
reads...
Next
Advance to the Disk Operations/Backup Hard
Disk menu
DISK OPERATIONS
BACKUP HARD DISK
Select
Access the Backup Hard Disk/Dsk#: menu.
BACKUP HARD DISK
DSK#x
Next or
Previous
Advance through the list of attached devices.
BACKUP HARD DISK
DSK#x
Select
Access the DSK#x/Full menu.
DSK#x
FULL
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Press this
key...
to...
and the message window
reads...
Next (optional)
Access the DSK#x/Incremental menu.
DSK#x
INCREMENTAL
Select
Begin the backup process. The printer creates a COPYING DATA
Backup directory on the Jaz or Zip drive to
which you’re backing data up and stores the
data in that directory.
If the drive has not already been formatted, the
printer automatically formats it.
If the drive already has a Backup directory, the
new backed up data overwrites the data in that
directory.
If the backup requires more than one Jaz or Zip INSERT MEDIA x
drive, the message display prompts you. Be
(x is the disk number)
sure to number the drives since the restore
process requires you to use them in the proper
sequence.
You’re prompted when the backup process has BACKUP COMPLETE
finished.
Menu (several
times)
Exit from the configuration menu.
CONFIGURATION
ADMINISTRATION
Online
Put the printer back on line.
IDLE
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The following error messages may appear while you are using the Disk Operations
menu:
Message
Meaning
Action
DISK ERROR
The device cannot perform a Press the Online key to take the
backup correctly immediately printer online before a backup can be
after formatting a Jaz drive. performed.
WRITE PROTECT
The drive is write-protected. Remove the drive’s write protection.
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Attach the Jaz or Zip drive from which you’ll be restoring data to the printer’s SCSI port
or SCSI chain. Then access the Administration/Disk Operations menu, and then press
the control panel keys in the order shown in the following table. The printer responds
by displaying a status message in the message window (DSK refers to the device, and
# is the device number).
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Note: You may need to press the Next key one or more times to advance through the
list of selections or options.
Press this
key...
to...
and the message window
reads...
Next
Advance to the Disk Operations/ Restore Disk
menu
DISK OPERATIONS
RESTORE DISK
Select
Access the Restore Disk/Dsk#: menu.
RESTORE DISK
DSK#x
Next or
Previous
Advance through the list of attached devices.
RESTORE DISK
DSK#x
Select
Begin the restore process.
COPYING DATA
If the original backup required more than one
Jaz or Zip drive, the message display prompts
you. Be sure to insert the drives in the proper
sequence.
INSERT MEDIA x
(x is the disk number)
You’re prompted when the backup process has RESTORE COMPLETE
finished.
Menu (several
times)
Exit from the configuration menu.
CONFIGURATION
ADMINISTRATION
Online
Put the printer back on line.
IDLE
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The following error message may appear while you’re using the Disk Operations
menu:
Message
Meaning
Action
SEQUENTIAL ERROR
The backup drives have been Remove the drive and insert the
inserted in the wrong
correct one.
sequence.
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“Introduction” on page 6-2
“Additional Media Cassettes” on page 6-2
“Lower Input Feeder” on page 6-2
“Security Key” on page 6-6
“BuzzBox” on page 6-9
“Color Scanner/Copier” on page 6-12
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This chapter provides information about options, and the installation instructions for
the lower input feeder, security key, and BuzzBox warning light/buzzer.
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The standard printer configuration provides a 250-sheet letter/A4 standard cassette.
Additional media cassettes provide two main benefits:
Additional supported media sizes (universal cassette)
Expanded flexibility to switch media size, color and type without having to unload
and load media. Keep replacement cassettes close by, and you can easily change
media by slipping one cassette out and another in
Increased media-feed capacity (on the CXE and GXE models, requires installation
of a lower input feeder)
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Note: If you have an EXD (duplex) model, the lower input feeder is an integral part of
the printer, and you do not need the following installation instructions. Skip to the next
option “Security Key” on page 6-6 of this chapter.
The optional lower input feeder increases your printer’s media feed capacity by 250
sheets. In addition, the extra media cassette allows you to change easily between different sizes, colors, and types of media. The lower input feeder is positioned under the
printer, so no extra space is necessary.
Input feeder unit
Letter/A4 media cassette
Two small metal brackets with screws
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Two plastic side covers (one left and one right)
Note: There may be other pieces shipped with the lower input feeder; however,
they are not required for this procedure.
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For further assistance or information, call your local vendor. See appendix A, “QMS
Customer Support,” for locations and telephone numbers.
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1
Remove the feeder from the shipping carton, and place it on a flat surface.
2
Remove any tape and packing material from the feeder.
Save the packing material in case you ever have to move or ship the feeder to a
new location.
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WARNING! Your printer weighs approximately 66 lbs (30 kg) without consumables.
Be sure to have help when lifting and moving it. If consumables are installed, be sure
to keep the printer level when moving it to prevent accidental spills.
ACHTUNG! Das Gewicht dieses Druckers beträgt ohne Verbrauchsmaterial ca. 30
kg. Bitte versuchen Sie niemals, den Drucker alleine anzuheben oder zu
transportieren. Achten Sie bitte darauf, daß der Drucker mit eingebauten
Tonerkartuschen nur waagerecht transportiert wird.
1
Turn off the printer, and then disconnect the power cord and all interface
cables from the printer.
2
Move the input feeder to a table or flat surface near the printer.
WARNING! If consumables are installed, be sure to keep the printer level when
moving it to prevent accidental spills.
ACHTUNG! Achten Sie bitte darauf, das der Drucker mit eingebauten
Tonerkartuschen nur waagerecht transportiert wird.
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3
Set the printer on top of the input
feeder.
Be sure to align the printer and input
feeder as precisely as possible. This
makes the following steps easier.
4
Install the two metal brackets underneath the sides of the printer.
Holding the bracket at a slight angle,
slide it up into the hole underneath the
printer before setting it to vertical.
5
6
Make sure that the hole in each
metal bracket is lined up with the
corresponding hole on the input
feeder.
Use the thumbscrews to attach the
two brackets to the lower input
feeder.
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7
Remove the lower input feeder
cover plate.
You will switch this cover plate with the
one from the printer after the cables
have been connected.
8
Locate the cable at the left rear of
the input feeder, and connect it to
the printer.
9
Reinsert the two cover plates.
Put the one originally on the printer on the input feeder, and put the one originally
on the input feeder on the printer.
10 Snap the plastic side covers onto
the appropriate sides of the input
feeder.
The input feeder is now installed.
11 For best output quality and longest
consumables life, install the printer
on a hard, flat, level (within 1.5°) surface capable of supporting about
126 lbs (57.1 kg).
A surface can be tested for levelness
with a standard round pencil. If the
pencil rolls, the surface is not level.
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Note: If you move the printer with the lower input feeder attached, lift the unit by
the four bottom corners of the feeder, not by the feeder's cassette slot and not by
the printer itself.
12 Plug the printer in and turn it on.
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Note: In compliance with UL guidelines, “The appliance inlet is considered to be
the main disconnect device.”
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A security key is available to password-protect the Operator Control and the Administration menus. When the security key is installed, the Installation menu appears in the
printer’s configuration menu.
A security key (9-pin connector labeled “Security”)
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1
Caution: Even though both the security key and serial
interface have a DB-9 interface, the connectors are keyed,
and they can’t be interchanged. Make sure that you install
the security key only in the port marked “Key.”
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Note: The illustration shows the printer without the duplexer. However, the
instructions are the same for all models.
2
Insert the security key into the “Key” port on the interface panel.
Press the Online key to take the printer off line.
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3
Press the Menu key.
4
Access the Installation/Operator Passwrd or Administration/Admin
Password menu.
You can use the Installation menu to password-protect just the Operator Control
menu, just the Administration menu, or both.
5
Select the password(s).
Note: Keep in mind that the password(s) you select also protect the Admin mode
of Remote Console, available through QMS CrownAdmin.
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Menu
Installation/Operator Passwrd
Installation/Admin Password
Choices
Up to 16 characters (any letter, number, or symbol)
Default
Blank (no password)
Notes
Passwords are case sensitive and are entered as an alphanumeric
string.
If you choose a password that is not 16 characters long, press the Select
key until you get to the rightmost character of the password field. Enter
the password character string the same as you would enter an
alphanumeric string. See chapter 4, “Printer Configuration,” in the
Reference for complete information on how to enter alphanumeric
characters.
6
Enable the password(s).
Menu
Installation/Use Operator Pwd
Installation/Use Admin Pwd
Choices
On—Requires the correct password to access to the Administration and/
or Operator Control menus.
Off—Does not require a password to access the Administration and/or
Operator Control menus.
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Default
Off
Notes
Enter the passwords in the Installation/Operator Passwrd and
Installation/Admin Password menus.
Save your changes and exit from the configuration menu.
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8
Remove the security key, and store it in a secure location.
After you exit from the menu and remove the security key, the Installation menu is
removed from the control panel message window.
9
Press the Online key to put the printer back on line.
Once a menu is password protected, you can’t enter the menu or make changes in it
until you enter a valid password.
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Note: Password protection does not prevent software commands from changing
functions.
If a password is required to enter the Operator Control or Administration menu,
the message window displays
ENTER PASSWORD
when you use the Select key to enter the menu. Enter the password, or press the
Menu key to return to the previous menu.
If you enter an invalid password, the message window flashes
INVALID PASSWORD
for three seconds and then returns you to the configuration menu.
If you forget the password, repeat the procedure in “Setting Configuration Menu
Passwords” on page 6-6.
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BuzzBox is a printer accessory that warns you with a buzzer and/or a blinking light any
time the printer goes off line. This means you’re alerted to print job interruptions, such
as empty media cassettes.
The BuzzBox kit contains the following items:
BuzzBox unit
— BuzzBox
— Interface Box
RJ-11 cable
Power adaptor
Adhesive-backed clips
For further assistance or information, call your local vendor. See appendix A, “QMS
Customer Support,” for locations and telephone numbers.
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1
If you have a cable attached to the printer’s parallel port,
unplug it from the printer.
2
Attach one end of the RJ-11 parallel cable on the Interface
Box to the printer’s parallel port.
Note: The BuzzBox’s ribbon cable is designed to be directly
attached to the printer’s parallel port, not to an adapter or an
additional cable.
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Note: The illustration shows the printer with the duplexer. However, the
instructions are the same for all models.
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Use the RJ-11 cable to connect BuzzBox to the Interface Box.
4
Choose a good location on the printer to mount the BuzzBox unit. Ensure
that the unit does not
5
interfere with paper exiting the printer.
cover any vents, doors, connectors, or labels.
cause the BuzzBox ribbon cable to stretch or twist.
Use the adhesive-backed clips provided to mount the BuzzBox unit where
the printer operator can see and/or hear it.
We’ve provided a 14-foot (4.2m) cable (and some adhesive-backed clips for securing it), but you can use up to a 500-foot cable (RJ11 4-pin or 6-pin).
6
Connect the Interface Box to an electrical outlet.
A 110/220-volt adaptor is provided in the US and a universal power supply is provided outside the US.
7
If you unplugged a parallel cable from the printer in step 1, attach the cable
to the parallel port on the Interface Box.
8
To test the BuzzBox, make sure its switches are on, then press the printer’s
Online key to take the printer off line.
Note: You can use the BuzzBox switches to enable or disable the buzzer, the light,
or both.
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When the printer goes off line, the light flashes and the buzzer sounds until the
printer is placed back on line or until the light and buzzer switches are turned off.
1//1
When the BuzzBox lights or buzzes, check the printer message window to find out
what has interrupted printing. See chapter 9, “Troubleshooting,” in the Operation
manual for a list of printer messages and how to respond to them.
Remember that pressing the Online key to enter the printer configuration menu
turns on the BuzzBox.
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You can expand your QMS magicolor 2+ Print System by adding the QMS SC-200
digital color scanner/copier option connected to the standard parallel port on your
printer. The QMS SC-200 supports up to legal-size paper. There are two versions
available, with or without the 25-sheet Automatic Document Feeder (ADF).
Check the documentation included with your SC-200 for instructions on setup, configuration, and operation.
Included with the QMS SC-200:
Software CD-ROM
Parallel cable
Power adapter
Documentation
See the separate QMS SC-200 Quick Installation & Operation Guide for more
information.
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“Sources of Support” on page A-2
“QMS World-wide Offices” on page A-4
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Several sources of help and information are available, depending on the type of help
you need.
Your local vendor (the one from whom you bought the printer) may be best equipped
to help you. Your vendor has specially trained service technicians available to answer
questions, and the equipment to analyze your printer problems.
Often, “printing” problems have more to do with the application being used than with
the printer. In this case, the application manufacturer is the best source of help.
You can view the QMS home page at http://www.qms.com. The QMS server provides
access to technical reports, new product announcements, a trade show schedule, and
other general information about QMS. The QMS ftp resource is ftp.qms.com.
The QMS Answer Base is a free interactive online technical support system for the
QMS magicolor 2+. It answers common questions and provides diagnostic advice. To
access the Answer Base, go to http://www.qms.com/support, and then select Answer
Base.
The Answer Base helps you locate the information you need by asking you questions.
In fact, it can provide results even when you don’t quite know what to ask for or how to
find it. Use the Answer Base before contacting technical support—you will likely find
the answer to your question. However, if the answer is not available, you will be provided with specific QMS contact information to help solve your problem.
You can access current FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) about your print system
at http://www.qms.com/support, and then select FAQs.
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You can contact the QMS Customer Response Center (CRC) in four different ways:
Telephone—You can call the CRC toll-free at (877) 778-2687 (US) Monday–
Friday, 7:00 am–6:00 pm, Central Time.
Note: If you call for assistance, have the following information ready so our
technicians can help you more quickly:
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Your phone number, fax number, email address, and shipping address
A description of the problem
The printer model and serial number
The type of host computer you’re using
The type and version of operating system you’re using
The interface you’re using, and, if serial, the protocol (for example,
XON/XOFF)
The application and version you’re using
The emulation of the file you’re trying to print (listed on both the status and
startup pages)
Your printer firmware version (displayed on the control panel LCD while
the printer initializes after being powered up and listed on the status/
startup pages)
An advanced status page, if you can print one
Email—You can email questions to the CRC through support@qms.com.
Fax—You can fax questions to the CRC at (334) 633-3716 (US). Provide the
same information as listed above, and indicate whether you would like a faxed or a
phoned reply.
Internet—If you have access to the World Wide Web, you can access the CRC
through the QMS home page at http://www.qms.com/support. You can access
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) at http://www.qms.com/support, and then
select FAQs.
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General Contact
Telephone
Answer Base
FAQs
Fax
Email
Internet
Product Registration
1 (334) 633-4300
http://www.qms.com/support, then click on Answer Base
http://www.qms.com/support, then click on FAQs
1 (334) 633-4866
info@qms.com
http://www.qms.com/usa.html
Internet: http://www.qms.com/support/prodreg/
Telephone: 1 (887) 778-2687
Information on QMS products, supplies, and accessories, and on the authorized QMS
remarketer or service provider nearest you
1 (800) 523-2696
Customer Response Center (CRC)
Technical Assistance
Telephone
1 (877) 778-2687 (toll-free)
7:00 am–6:00 pm Central Time
Email
support@qms.com
Fax
1 (334) 633-3716
Internet
http://www.qms.com/support, then click on SupportMail
National Service
Service Information, Installation, and Maintenance Pricing
1 (800) 858-1597
1 (800) 762-8894 (Custom Service Contracts Only)
On-Site Service and Depot Repair Information
1 (877) 778-2687
7:00 am–6:00 pm Central Time
Spare Parts Ordering and Information
1 (334) 633-4300 x2530
8:00 am–5:00 pm Central Time
Email
service@qms.com
Internet
http://www.qms.com/service, then click on Place A Call
Latin America
Fax
Internet
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1 (334) 639-3347
http://www.qms.com/Spanish/Latin_America.htm
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Telephone
Fax
Internet
Supplies and Accessories
1 (905) 206-0848
1 (905) 206-0903
http://www.qms.com/usa.htm
Parts 1 (903) 206-0848 extension 238
Sales 1 (800) 268-0343 x223
National Service
On-Site Service and Depot Repair Information
1 (800) 268-4969
Spare Parts Ordering and Information
1 (905) 206-9234 x238
8:30 am–5:00 pm Eastern Time
8:30 am–5:00 pm Eastern Time
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Telephone
Fax
Technical Support
Internet
(+81)-3 3779-9600
(+81)-3 3779-9650
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http://www.qmsj.co.jp
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Email
Internet
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and all unlisted countries
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Email
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Telephone, Belgium
Telephone, The
Netherlands
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http://www.qms.fr, then click on F.A.Q.
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http://www.qms.nl/q_info
00800 76 77 87 76
Vélizy Plus
1 Bis, Rue du Petit Clamart
78142 Vélizy Cedex
France
Telephone
Email
Fax, EMEA
Fax, France
Helpdesk
Email
Internet
(+31) 346–551333
(+31) 346–550170
+31 30 241 2517
(+49) 89 63 02 67 0
+31 30 241 2517
(+49) 89 63 02 67 67
helpdesk@qms.nl
http://www.qms.nl/q_info
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0800 182 94 13
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Via della Repubblica 56
43100 Parma
Italy
Telephone
Fax, EMEA
Fax, Italy
Helpdesk
Email
Internet
Internet
(+39) 52–1231 998
+31 30 241 2517
(+39) 52–1232 902
helpdesk@qms.nl
http://www.qms.nl/q_info
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Arenavägen 41, 6th floor
121 77 Johanneshov
Sweden, Finland, Norway,
Sweden
and Denmark
Telephone
Fax, EMEA
Fax, Nordic
Helpdesk
Email
Internet
Internet
(+46) 8–600 01 30
+31 30 241 2517
(+46) 8–600 01 33
helpdesk@qms.nl
http://www.qms.nl/q_info
http://www.qms.nl
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Unit 24 Sunninghill Business Park
Peltier Road, Sunninghill, Johannesburg
Republic of South Africa
Telephone
Fax, EMEA
Fax, South Africa
Helpdesk
Email
Internet
Internet
(+27) 11–807 6957
+31 30 241 2517
(+27) 11–807 6960
helpdesk@qms.nl
http://www.qms.nl/q_info
http://www.qms.nl
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United Kingdom and
Ireland
Old Bridge House, The Hythe
Staines, Middlesex TW18 3JF
United Kingdom
Telephone
Fax, EMEA
Fax, UK
Helpdesk
Email
Internet
Telephone, Ireland
Telephone, UK
Internet
(+44) 1784–442255
+31 30 241 2517
(+44) 1784–461641
helpdesk@qms.nl
http://www.qms.nl/q_info
1800 55 31 11
0800 96 40 92
http://www.qms.nl
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Accessories
See Optional accessories
Antistatic protection 2-2
AppleTalk
Connection 3-6
See also LocalTalk
Card
Installing 4-6
Security 6-6, 6-10
Using 4-6
Cassette
Dual 6-2
Cassettes
Optional 6-2
CGM 4-3
Conventions
See Manual
CrownAdmin
Emulation, downloading optional 4-3
Customer Response Center (CRC), QMS A-3
Customer support, QMS A-2
Backing up
Jaz drive, to 5-10
Zip drive, to 5-10
BuzzBox
Installation 6-10
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Device numbers, hard disks 5-2
Disk fonts
Installing 4-6
Using 4-6
Documentation
Overview of this manual 1-2
Downloading optional emulation 4-3
IDE hard disk
Kanji 4-8
Identification
Storage devices 5-2
Installation
BuzzBox Lite 6-10
Feeder 6-3
Interface kit 3-4
Internal IDE hard disk 5-3
Kanji font IDE hard disk 4-10
SCSI interface kit 3-8
Time-of-day-clock 3-10
Interface kit 3-3
Installation procedure 3-4
Interfaces
Network and LocalTalk 3-3
SCSI 3-7
Internet A-2
Emulation
Downloading optional 4-3
Optional, CGM 4-3
Optional, downloading 4-3
Optional, LN03 Plus 4-3
Optional, XES/UDK 4-3
External storage device
Backing up to 5-10
Configuring 5-9
Formatting 5-8
Restoring from 5-12
Turning on 5-7
External storage devices 5-7
Attaching 5-7
Jaz drive
Backing up to 5-10
Restoring from 5-12
Using 5-8
Feeder
Installing 6-3
Lower input 6-2
Unpacking 6-3
Hard disk
Backing up 5-10
Device numbers 5-2
Formatting 5-8
Identifying 5-2
Internal 5-3
Removing an internal IDE 5-7
Restoring 5-12
Kanji
Fonts 4-9
Hardware requirements 4-9
Internal IDE font hard disk 4-8
Option kit 4-10
Related files 4-9
Software requirements 4-9
Keys
Security 6-6, 6-10
Kit
Internal IDE hard disk 5-3
Kanji font internal IDE hard disk 4-9
Lower input feeder 6-2
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Security key 6-6
Time-of-day clock 3-10
LN03 Plus 4-3
LocalTalk 3-6
Interfaces 3-3
See also AppleTalk
Using 3-6
Macintosh
Printer utility 2-14
Updating print system software 2-14
Manual
Contents 1-2
Overview 1-2
Typographic conventions 1-3
Memory modules (SIMMs)
Single in-line 2-2
Moving, printer 6-3
Network
Interface 3-8
Interfaces 3-3
Network interface
Installation 3-4
Using 3-6
Optional accessories
Cassettes 6-2
Media cassettes 6-2
Options
See Optional accessories
Password
Using 6-8
PC
Updating print system software 2-9, 2-13
Printer options 4-6
Cards 4-6
Product registration 4-9
Protection
Antistatic 2-2
QFORM 4-10
QMS
Customer Response Center (CRC) A-3
World-wide offices A-4
QMS printer utility 2-14
Restoring data
Jaz drive, from 5-12
Zip drive, from 5-12
SCSI interface kit
Installation procedure 3-7
Service
United States A-3
SIMM
Installation 2-3
SIMMs 2-2
Single in-line memory modules 2-2
Software requirements
PC system software 4-9
Storage
External devices 5-7
Storage devices
Identifying 5-2
Support, QMS
Customer A-2
Internet A-2
Technical A-3
World-wide A-4
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System software
Updating via Macintosh 2-14
Updating via PC 2-9, 2-13
Technical support, QMS A-3
Time-of-day clock
Installation procedure 3-10
Typographic conventions
See Manual
Unpacking
Feeder 6-3
XES/UDK 4-3
Zip drive
Backing up to 5-10
Restoring from 5-12
Using 5-8
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