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OmniTurn G4 CNC: Boot-up Error
No display on monitor and no yellow "Control ON" lamp:
If there is no display on monitor and no yellow "Control ON" lamp, click here
to troubleshoot power issues.
Error message on screen:
- Verifying DMI Pool Data
- This could indicate a bad hard drive, a main memory problem, or a CMOS memory problem.
If it’s a CMOS memory problem, sometimes just changing anything in CMOS can clear the issue.
Try this: turn the control off, then back on. As soon as you turn it back on, press and hold the Del key This should get you into the CMOS setting program. Once there, navigate to the date / time, and change the time, then press Esc, then F10 to save and exit. If you are unfamiliar with CMOS settings, click here for some example screens for reference.
If the computer gets past the DMI Pool Data screen after reboot, you’ve fixed the problem. If not, it could be something else; call OmniTurn Service at 541-332-7004 for advice.
- Goes partly through boot-up, then blinking cursor
- This could indicate a bad hard drive. You can boot from the thumb drive that came with your CNC, but you must first change the "boot sequence" to boot off that drive.
Click here for detailed instructions. If you don’t have a system thumb drive, you can create one here.
If computer boots off thumb drive, the hard drive could be corrupt or defective. Click here for instructions to reformat your hard drive.
If computer won’t boot off the thumb drive , it could be something else; call OmniTurn Service at 541-332-7004 for advice.
- During bootup or after editing a program, the control drops to DOS and screen reads "Error 62 at pgm ctr ..."
- CMOS or BIOS error with Press Esc to continue or Press F1 to enter CMOS
- Cannot load DOS
- Starting DOS