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Edgar Familiar Erazo
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From: cochabamba, cochabamba, bolivia
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 - posted 07-11-2018 01:24 PM      Profile for Edgar Familiar Erazo   Email Edgar Familiar Erazo   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
5800 ti-icp - systems status = fail
¿Alguien sabe algo al respecto?
Tengo un proyector Barco DP2K 23B

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Marcel Birgelen
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This is an English forum, so try to keep it in English.

The red light combined with the error message indicates a problem with your ICP. The ICP is a card that can be accessed easily. You can identify it via the ICP POWER LED.

A common problem is a loose contact with the ICP. So, the first thing you could do is to reseat the ICP. Power-down your projector, unscrew the ICP, pull it out and put it back in firmly. Power-up your projector.

If the issue disappeared, you're lucky, if it's still there, you'll need to call your service representative, because the ICP is most likely defective and needs to be replaced. Keep in mind that the ICP is not a cheap replacement part, if your projector is out of warranty.

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Steve Guttag
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Don't forget to have the Dallas key BEFORE removing/reinserting the card...though You'll know if the reseat allows the card to be found/booted right...your projector will remain unusable until the security error is cleared with the Dallas Key.

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Dave Macaulay
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Check projector ICP time (installation/advanced/clock). A dead ICP RTC battery will do this, the ICP time goes to 1900 or something nutty and you get that error. Battery must be replaced if this happens.
Not that this error is not specific, just says the ICP has an problem. The diagnostic package may have detailed info on what's really going on. If you send it to Barco tech support they should be able to get a better diagnosis.

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Edgar Familiar Erazo
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Thank you very much for the answers, I actually took out the icp card with the projector off and put it back in. Now it is working normally again, but what worries me now is the origin of the fault and if it happened again ...

P.S. thanks for the clarification Marcel Birgelen

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Marcel Birgelen
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quote: Steve Guttag
Don't forget to have the Dallas key BEFORE removing/reinserting the card...
Sorry, forgot to mention the golden rule when approaching anything big labeled Barco: Bring your DALLAS key. [Wink]

quote: Edgar Familiar Erazo
Now it is working normally again, but what worries me now is the origin of the fault and if it happened again...
Well... I think it has happened to everyone at least once. If it's your machine, it can make run shivers down your spine, but all too often it's indeed just a loose contact or a "glitch". If it doesn't happen again soon, I don't think you should worry about it.

What you should check though, is if your projector and ICP firmware is up-to-date, many small bugs have been fixed over the years.

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