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what is Novram Init ?

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hi


when i turned on the cutter, Novram Init message showed then , the cutter didnt move at all, even couldnt load ,

tried factory setting - hold up arrow key and power on , but nothing changed.

anyone knows why and how i can sort it out?

thanks

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can you take a picture of your cutter screen and post it with that on it?

 

Can you do anything on your cutter?    Change any controls at all.?  And what cutting software are you using?

 

Make sure you are using the correct command for Graphtec software.  GP-GL     and any other cutting software other than a Graphtec language would be HP-GL.

 

And you are Holding down the up arrow at the same time you are tuning on the power, correct?

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NOV-RAM is memory module  (non-volatile RAM) -- A capacitor, integrated in the NOVRAM chip, supplies the energy for copying recent data from the also internallly integrated RAM to the ROM section during external power-loss situations.

 

That capacitor apparently has fried (motherboard)

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the photo is attaced.

cant control any. , im using signblazer

 

have to change motherboard?  it it is  replaced, what is need to set? 

 

 

can you take a picture of your cutter screen and post it with that on it?

 

Can you do anything on your cutter?    Change any controls at all.?  And what cutting software are you using?

 

Make sure you are using the correct command for Graphtec software.  GP-GL     and any other cutting software other than a Graphtec language would be HP-GL.

 

And you are Holding down the up arrow at the same time you are tuning on the power, correct?

 

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On 8/3/2014 at 3:40 AM, han7681 said:

hi


when i turned on the cutter, Novram Init message showed then , the cutter didnt move at all, even couldnt load ,

tried factory setting - hold up arrow key and power on , but nothing changed.

anyone knows why and how i can sort it out?

thanks

 

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Contact Graphtec tech support.  They know all about those cutters.  This is a user to user forum. The posts above told the OP to contact tech support.  Ops never came back and said what the problems were.  Hopefully your cutter is still under warranty, as you never stated what model it was. 

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On 8/3/2014 at 3:01 PM, slice&dice said:

NOV-RAM is memory module  (non-volatile RAM) -- A capacitor, integrated in the NOVRAM chip, supplies the energy for copying recent data from the also internallly integrated RAM to the ROM section during external power-loss situations.

 

That capacitor apparently has fried (motherboard)

 

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Follow these steps to reset your Graphtec cutter to Factory Defaults.

 

    1    Press and hold the UP arrow while powering on the cutter.

    2    Release the arrow after a few seconds or when the cutter displays :

 

 

    3    Press 1 for Default Settings

 

    4    Press 1 for Set Default

 

    5    Press 1 to Continue and the cutter will go back to factory defaults.

    The cutter will display the following screen for a few seconds, indicating that it has been reset to factory default settings.

 

    6 Once the display returns to the Default Setting screen make the following changes:

    •    Select #3 and set the Command to HP-GL. 

             Press Enter to save the setting.

    •    Select #4 and set the Length Unit to Inches. 

             Press Enter to save the setting.

 

After completing those steps turn the cutter off. 

Wait a second or two then power the cutter on as normal.

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