What you will see
A 900.80 firmware error is displayed when performing any function with the scanner and occasionally this may be seen when turning on the printer.
A possible secondary crash code: 565 Scanmgr.Main 0400-0000 doapps/scanmgr2/scanner/PRJ/PRJScanner.cpp-1409: rc=110 or Process Scanmgr.Main:1200 ca\ ught SIGSEGV@PANEL 900.80 Firmware Error
In general, most 900.80 firmware errors occur after a scan has been initiated but the scan destination (e.g., thumb drive, network folder, etc.) cannot successfully receive the scanned output, thus leading to a scan data overflow.
The following scenarios may cause the error:
- A user removes the thumb drive during a scan.
- A user disconnects a network cable during a scan.
- A server fails during a scan to network operation.
- A server fills up during a scan to network operation.
- A server slows down significantly during a scan to network operation.
- A hard drive fails during a scan operation that uses the internal hard drive (e.g., copy collation, background processing).
- Memory fails during a scan (e.g., scanner memory, system card memory).
- A cable or connector is loose or defective between scanner and system card; thus the scan data may be corrupted and not receivable.
- An application bug that fails to prepare and receive scan data that it has requested without an overflow.
- An application bug that fails to receive scan data at a rate to avoid an overflow.
- A firmware bug that fails to prepare print path for handling the scan copy data without an overflow.
- A firmware bug that fails to handle scanner jams in a timely manner leading to scan data overflow.
Update you printer firmware to the latest version available on support.lexmark.com.
If this does not resolve the issue, please contact Lexmark Technical Support and reference this article's ID.
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