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Information in this manual is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment on the part of vendor. IMI reserves the right to change the hardware and software configurations on all its products without prior notice when manuzl necessary for product improvement.
Although many USB devices from different manufacturers may be branded with the same size say MBin manul they may have a slightly different number of sectors or total number of bytes.
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IMI highly recommends that manuzl user only duplicate from master devices that are the exact same m2508 and manufacturer as the copy devices. However, IMI cannot guarantee that all readers will work with all types of inserted flash media.
For successful duplication, all USB adapters should be the same manufacturer and model and all flash memory devices Master and Copy drives should be from the same manufacturer and be of the same type and size if possible, purchased in trays. After the power is turned on, the MPR takes about a minute to configure the machine, place its power up screen on the LCD screen and sound a short sequence of five notes. J5208 MPR is now ready to use for duplication. Shut Down Method 1: Please refer to section 2.
Shut Down Method 2: This is the preferred method using the LCD Monitor. This will shut down the MPR properly.
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Shut Down Method 3: If you continue to mm5208 the key down, you will inadvertently power up the system. The front panel has 9 keys and a LCD screen which is a 2 line, 24 character display. Figure shows the close up view of the MPR keypad. Figure M Keypad The following keys are available on the MPR keypad and their functions are described below. COPY Copy the entire master drive to the target drives.
No verify is executed. Verifies the entire target drives against the master drive 9 M USB 3.
Perform a quick format of the target drives No erase before formatting ESC Abort m52008 job manua progress or leave the current function to return to the top menu. Insert the master drive on the master slot and up to 15 target drives on the copy slots labeled Press COPY key to choose copy function. The LCD screen also displays the selected function as shown below. The data from the master drive will now be copied to the target drives. The following screens on the LCD show the different steps during the copy operation and indicate that the copy is in progress.
Upon completion of the copy job, a summary screen with pass and fail results is displayed. The summary screen also displays the Master drive checksum which is the simple sum of all bytes in the master drive that have been copied to the target drive. Here, 14 devices passed the Copy and one device failed. Click the DOWN arrow to see the error message of the failing device.
The error message displays the Slot and the failure message.
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Device Size Error 2. The data from the master drive will first be copied to the mmanual drives and then the data in the target drives will be verified bit by bit against the master drive. In the screen below, two cycles have been run with a total of 29 passes and 1 failure. In the current cycle, 14 passed and 1 failed.
,5208 The Master Checksum is A The data in the target drives will be verified bit by bit against the master drive. Upon kanual of the Verify job, a summary mannual with pass and fail results is displayed. Insert up to 15 target drives on the copy slots labeled Upon completion of the format job, a summary screen with pass and fail results is displayed. To select a job from the job list under Run Job menu, 1. Press the DOWN key to select a specific job. The default jobs that are available under the Run Job menu are as below: The output file name of the master image file should use amnual.
The output file name of the smart master file should m520 a. If there are multiple failures, press the DOWN arrow to see the error messages for each of the failing device. Logs are appended to the file every time a new job is run and the log file is over written when the unit is restarted.
Figure below shows manyal three log files saved on a USB drive and Figure shows a snapshot of the server. The text log files will now be copied to the USB drive.
Upon completion, the display will go back to the main menu and read as follows. It also displays a status message about the hardware of the unit. In case of any problem with the hardware of the MPR, an error message is displayed.
If the warranty has expired, update may be purchased. The procedure for performing the software updates is as below. Download the software update from IMI website.
The update will be contained in a. The updated files will be copied to the correct locations in the MPR.
Upon completion, the display will read as below. You will hear two audible beep tones indicating the M server is shutting down. After the server has started, the main menu will be displayed on the LCD and will show the updated software revision. You will be prompted to confirm the restart command. The MPR runs on a fully featured Linux operating system. In addition to standard Linux programs, there are special programs written and used by IMI to operate the unit.
As soon as the MPR unit is powered on after connecting the keyboard, mouse and LCD monitor, the initial desktop screen looks as below. Upon boot, the MPR Server is already running. In case, the initial desktop screen does not appear after boot up, or is frozen when a display monitor is connected to the machine after it boots up, please follow the steps below to recover the desktop screen.
Figure shows a snapshot of the main GUI that is launched on clicking the blue button. The Job List tab displays the list of jobs available and the job information. The Job Run tab displays the run time information of the job. A screenshot of the Job Run tab is shown as below in Figure The job flow window indicates the flow of operation when a job is running.
These menus are listed in the sections below. Run Checksum of Master device. Set the Name of the Operator. CreateMasterFile Create a binary image file of a master data source. If the mouse cursor is placed over any inserted, recognized USB device, an ID drive info screen pops up as shown in Figure This is an often used function as the user may wish to make sure the MPR duplicator recognizes the USB devices correctly before starting the copy or any operation.
Select the job you wish to run from the list of jobs available in the Job List window. Click on the red icon to obtain more information regarding the error. Figure Error Message 3. In order to see the logs, go to File menu and select Log viewer. The user can chose to see the logs for the last job run, all jobs run today or jobs runs within a specified time range.
The log viewer shows two tables — one for the job information and the other for the slot information. A window will be shown as in Figure This window lets the user to enable or disable this feature.
In addition, the user can decide what information needs to be displayed in the log viewer after the job is executed. The job editor window will open up as shown in Figure The available operations for this list are shown on the left column of the Job Editor screen shown in Figure The current list of job operations is shown in the middle of the Job Editor screen.
Operations are added, deleted, etc using the buttons between the available operation list on the left and the current list in the center. These buttons also allow setting the parameters and constraints on the selected operation. This is described in the following section 3.
This is normally the first operation in every job. To add this operation to your new job, select the Set Values operation and click on the Add button. The Set Values definition screen will now be displayed as shown in Figure The different address mode options that are available are: The different address base options that are available are Base hex and Base 10decimal.
Normally if the Address Mode is linear, the Address Base is hex.