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9131-UZCN-1168
Written By
Cindy Myers
Date Created
Thu, 10th Apr 2014
Updated By
Cindy Myers
Date Modified
Fri, 5th Jun 2015
 
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   Power-Up Options

Question 

Are there any special reset or operational modes for FlashScan V2 and AutoCal?

Answer 

Customers running firmware V2.07.84 (or later) and bootblock V2.07.07 (or later) can access special reset or operational modes by holding down certain keys during the powering up process: 

FlashScan:

  • Hold Ctrl key to boot into dead-poll.  Used primarily when a software upgrade has not executed correctly.
  • Hold the F1 key to reset the device settings to factory defaults. The factory defaults are only active until the next power up unless deliberately saved by the user.  This option is useful when there is a setup issue that prevents the user from modifying the device settings using the built in Settings Editor. 
  • Hold the F1 and F3 key to format the CONFIG file system and to reset the device settings to factory defaults. The factory defaults are only active until the next power up unless deliberately saved by the user. This option is useful when there is a setup or configuration issue that prevents the user from modifying the device settings using the built in Settings Editor.  

AutoCal:

  • Hold Ok key to boot into dead-poll.  Used primarily when a software upgrade has not executed correctly. 
  • Hold Next key to activate advanced menu.  Previously a user had to connect AutoCal to a PC, change the settings and then program the settings into AutoCal. Now the advanced menu mode is accessible temporarily without requiring a PC.
  • Hold the Prev key to reset the device settings to factory defaults. The factory defaults are only active until the next power up unless deliberately saved by the user. This option is useful when there is a setup issue that prevents the user from modifying the device settings using the built in Settings Editor. 
  • Hold the Prev & Next keys to format the CONFIG file system and to reset the device settings to factory defaults. The factory defaults are only active until the next power up unless deliberately saved by the user. This option is useful when there is a setup or configuration issue that prevents the user from modifying the device settings using the built in Settings Editor.