MX-6500N, MX-7500N (serv.man7). Procedures For data back up And Restoration — Sharp Copying Equipment Handy Guide

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As a part of the MFP Installation; after the MFP has been properly configured, set up, and 
calibrated, it is considered a best practice to back up all settings data to the MFP hard drive 
with Simulation 56-1. 
Settings data is stored in various locations on the MFP: 
 
MFP Control PWB EEPROM 
MFP Control PWB SD Card 
PCU PWB EEPROM 
 
In the event of a failure, such as voltage surge, lightning strike, or other 
trouble, this data could be lost it can become very difficult and time consuming to recover 
from this. 
 
Data Back Up: 
Run Simulation 56-1 and select EEPROM 
 HDD Press EXECUTE, then YES. 
Now that the Settings Data has been backed up to the Hard Drive, it will be available in case 
of emergency at a later date. 
MFP Data is stored in the following areas: 
 
 
EEPROM MFP CONTROL PWB (IC31) 
EEPROM PCU PWB 
(IC23) for MX-2310U/MX-3111U/MX-2610N/MX-3110N/MX-3610N 
(IC35) for MX-4112N/MX-5112N 
EEPROM Data is also backed up on the SD Card located on the MFP control PWB. 
If the following components are damaged or replaced, Data Recovery will be required: 
MFP Control PWB 
PCU PWB 
EEPROM (MFP Control PWB) 
EEPROM (PCU PWB) 
SD Memory Card (MFP Control PWB) 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TECHNICAL BULLETIN 
Date: August 2012 
Model: MX-2310 - 7040 
Colour: White 
 
Page: 1  OF  3 
 
Note: 
If either MFP Control PWB or PCU PWB are replaced, the original SD Card and 
EEPROMs must be transferred to the replacement PWBs. Serial number information on 
the MFP EEPROM, SD Card and PCU EEPROM must remain with the MFP or a U2-30 
error will occur, resulting in a down machine. 
Take great caution to ensure that the EEPROMs are installed on the correct PWB, that 
the legs are not broken, and that they are not installed backwards. 
Always try to replace the MFP SD Card with a genuine Sharp part. 
 
Data Recovery: 
 
Run Simulation 56-1 and select HDD EEPROM Press EXECUTE, then YES. 
Note: If EEPROM HDD is selected by mistake, the data previously saved to the Hard Drive 
will be erased and overwritten Be careful! 
Before the SD Card, EEPROMs, or Hard Drive are replaced; the Settings Data, Document Filing 
Data, and Device Cloning Data should be backed up. 
 
Back Up Settings Data 
 
There are two functions in Simulation 56-2 
 
Export Hard Drive Data to USB 
 
Export EEPROM & SD Card Data to USB 
 
Back Up Hard Drive Data to USB: 
Insert a USB Drive into the USB port. Run Simulation 56-2, select HDD EXPORT. Press EXECUTE, 
then YES. When finished, the display will show COMPLETE. A .bin file will be generated on the 
USB drive named in the following format: Model Number_Serial Number_S_Date_Time.bin. 
Example: MX-3110N_0507XXXX00_S_20120503_1300.bin 
Note: 
Do not alter this file in any way, or it will become inoperable. Do not attempt to load 
this file into a different MFP, as it will cause a down machine condition. 
 
Back Up EEPROM & SD Card Data to USB: 
Insert a USB Drive into the USB port. Run Simulation 56-2, select EEPROM & SD EXPORT. Press 
EXECUTE, then YES. When finished, the display will show COMPLETE. A .dat file will be written 
to the USB drive named in this format: Model Number_Serial Number_NV_ALL_Date_Time.dat. 
Example: MX-3110N_0507XXXX00_S_20120503_1302.dat. 
Note: Do not alter this file in any way, or it will become inoperable. Do not attempt to load 
this file into a different MFP, as it will cause a down machine condition. 
 
Back Up Device Cloning Data to Computer or to USB: 
From a computer, open the MFP Service Webpage (See Chapter 11 of the Service Manual). 
Select Device Cloning. Click Select All. Save to your PC or USB Drive. 
 
Back Up Document Filing Data from HDD to USB: 
Insert a USB Drive into the USB port. Run Simulation 56-3, select DOC FIL EXPORT. Press 
EXECUTE, then YES. When finished, the display will show COMPLETE. A .bin file will be 
generated on the USB drive named in the following format: BACKUP_date_time.bin. 
Example: BACKUP_20120503_1500.bin 
Note: When Data Security Kit is installed, Simulation 56-3 is disabled. 
 
Back Up Fax Image Data: 
Insert a USB Drive into the USB port. Run Simulation 66-62, select BACKUP DATA and press 
EXECUTE. If there is no data, you will get a NO IMAGE DATA error. This is normal. 
Note: If Image data is recovered, it will be in PDF format and cannot be restored to the hard 
drive. Simply give the PDF file to the end user. 
 
 
 
 
Hard Drive Data Recovery: 
Insert a USB Drive (containing the backup file created earlier) into the USB port. Run 
Simulation 56-2, select HDD IMPORT. Select the .bin file created earlier, Press EXECUTE, 
then press YES. 
 
Document Filing Data Recovery: 
Insert a USB Drive (containing the backup file created earlier) into the USB port. Run 
Simulation 56-3, select DOC FIL IMPORT Select the .bin file created earlier, Press EXECUTE, 
then press YES. 
 
Device Cloning Data Recovery: 
From a computer, open the MFP Service Webpage (See Chapter 11 of the Service Manual). 
Select Device Cloning. Under Import Settings, browse to the file Device Cloning backup file 
created earlier and restore the file to the MFP. 
 
Watermark Data Recovery: 
Download the latest Watermark Firmware from the IDNC Website and install it using 
Simulation 49-5. If there is no Watermark data on the Hard Drive, an E7-49 error will occur. 
 
E Manual Recovery: 
Download the latest E-Manual Firmware from the IDNC Website and install it using 
Simulation 49-3 Note: Due to the large file size, an FTP site is used for the download. 
 
For SD Card: 
Install the latest firmware (if at latest level, re-install) using Simulation 49-1. 
Run Simulation 66-10 Image Memory Clear 
 
SD Card Data Recovery: 
Insert a USB Drive (containing the backup file created earlier) into the USB port. In 
Simulation 56-2, select EEPROM & SD IMPORT. Select the file created earlier, Press 
EXECUTE, then YES. 
 
Device Cloning Data Recovery: 
From a computer, open the MFP Service Webpage (See Chapter 11 of the Service Manual). 
Select Device Cloning. Under Import Settings, browse to the file you created earlier and 
restore the data. 
 
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