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Control/Dimming Leprecon LP-X24 boot error message

Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by pdm2000, Oct 14, 2008.

  1. pdm2000

    pdm2000 Member

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    Can anyone please tell me how to fix a Leprecon LP-X24 that won't boot up? During initialization, it gives the error message "Fatal Error: Out of Memory". Any help would be greatly appreciated, a dark stage needs some light...
     
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    i believe if you put your boot floppy in there it will let you boot and erase like shows and stuff you have saved


    .....and always remember ETC is betta!! :)
     
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    I perused my copy of the manual and found no entry for such an error. Best of luck!
     
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    Thanks for the quick responses guys. No luck with a boot floppy, this board came from another theater "as is". I have downloaded the manual, there is no info on error messages anywhere, and Google search turns up nothing... grr.
     
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    A little digging turned up this:

    Software versions can be found here.
     
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    I once ran into something along the lines of that at a church, leprecon ended up sending me a new mother board.
     
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    And now its time for Grog's usual statement.

    The easiet way to fix a Leprecon board is to throw the **** ing thing away and buy something that's actually useful. Today I suggest this as a more useful product than the X24 light switch on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
     
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    Just to close the issue, I tried the above procedure from Leprecon's site and only had to power on the board while holding the NO button to clear the error message. I didn't have any shows stored in the board so there were none to recover. I left the software at the previous version, no need to mess with it further in my case.
     

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