Thanks for the reply gr5.
What is considered old?!! My machine is less than 2 years old. If it's a common problem then I would consider this a design fault. Is there solution offered by Ultimaker?
Avoiding updates is not a solution, surely the machine should be able to cope with this, especially as we're constantly encouraged to do these??!!
Yes. Many people get this particular issue with older printers. It's usually the "hard drive" which is a solid state drive built into the computer board. The board is made by Olimex - it's a red circuit board. Anyway I recommend you try to avoid updates if you get this working as updates write so many gigabytes to the hard drive that hitting a bad part of the "hard drive" is more likely and you are more likely to have problems like this.
Anyway here are some unbricking instructions:
And in there is also a link back to the forums which I'd start with.
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