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Persistant Blue Screen Bystronic 2512 1.8kw Laser Machine with Dos Based CNC90 Controller

Persistant Blue Screen Bystronic 2512 1.8kw Laser Machine with Dos Based CNC90 Controller

Persistant Blue Screen Bystronic 2512 1.8kw Laser Machine with Dos Based CNC90 Controller

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Hi All
We are a metalworking shop who currently own a 1.8WK Bystronic Laser (No 2512) which we use to cut internal projects we manufacture for a variety of clients.

We are currently unable to operate our machine, because as soon as attempt to start to use it, we are presented with a blue screen and do not know how to resolve it.

The controller is DOS based, CNC90.

RE: Persistant Blue Screen Bystronic 2512 1.8kw Laser Machine with Dos Based CNC90 Controller

It's broken. Either contact https://www.bystronic.com/en/contact/ or take your chances with a local computer repair shop.

RE: Persistant Blue Screen Bystronic 2512 1.8kw Laser Machine with Dos Based CNC90 Controller

I don't know where you are located, but lookup and contact Krugtech. He has the experience and background that you need. Great trustworthy guy!

RE: Persistant Blue Screen Bystronic 2512 1.8kw Laser Machine with Dos Based CNC90 Controller

if you get to the blue screen, it means the DOS based computer is starting up and waiting on the CNC rack. Either the rack is not starting up or the communication between the computer and CNC rack has a problem. Do the lights on the membrane keyboard do anything? What are the LED on the CPU board in the CNC rack doing?

Chris Krug http://krugtech.com/
Maximum Up-time, Minimum BS

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