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Anyone upgraded to NEXUS_01_16_00.8 on 300 series?

Discussion in 'Hewlett Packard' started by jimmmi, Oct 18, 2019.

  1. jimmmi

    jimmmi Member

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    Anyone upgraded to NEXUS_01_16_00.8 on 300 series? If someone upgraded Works fine without any problems?
     
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    bannertime Very Active Member

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    Have not upgraded. We're still on 01_14_00.5. Which one are you on?

    Seems pointless, honestly.
     
  3. jimmmi

    jimmmi Member

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    I am the same with you. The latest until this one just released. Hopefully they have fixed some more bugs that are not mentioning
     
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  4. jawdavis

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    I've tried upgrading on both of my 360's, from 1.13.00.3 and 1.14.00.5 and neither will take. I've tried downloading on machine, using USB, and through the web portal, but all say firmware is invalid and corrupt and requires a machine restart. My 570 upgraded just fine to the most recent.
     
  5. jimmmi

    jimmmi Member

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    Very strange! I haven't upgrade yet. I will give and try and let you know
     
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    We had to do a manual download and install through the printer's web interface.
     
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    That worked fine here as well.
     
  8. jawdavis

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    I was able to upgrade the 360's today, but only after performing a hard disk recovery via the service menu. Apparently the hard disk gets filled up and fragmented and won't allow the firmware update to install properly. We've run about 600-700k sqft through each of these machines and as far as I recall, this is the first time we've had to do the HDD recovery, so hopefully this can help someone in the future with the same issue.
     
  9. jimmmi

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    Basically this is something like restoring the HDD to its original state with the hp's OS?
     
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    dypinc Very Active Member

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    What does restoring the HDD do to the new firmware updates that were installed and the media presets and output profiles. Surly those are left alone as a firmware update at one time invalidated all the previous calibrations and output profiles.
     
  11. jimmmi

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    Our hps have a 2.5" sata hdd like all hdd hrives out there? So can we replace it with bigger? Even with a 2.5" SSD?
     
  12. Christian @ 2CT Media

    Christian @ 2CT Media Major Contributor

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    No, it has very specific drivers and firmware on it to communicate properly.
     
  13. jimmmi

    jimmmi Member

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    So if needed replacement only bought from hp hdd can work? Isn't possible to clone the already working hdd to other as backup?
     
  14. Christian @ 2CT Media

    Christian @ 2CT Media Major Contributor

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    You can try but it has specific firmware and drivers that hp uses.
     
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