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  1. yes I can and will, but EZC 7.2 -is it possible to to get just the software?
  2. version 7? how much power is needed? I currently have a PC running windows 7 with 6gb of ram
  3. Hi all, We are trying to move our system over to a new computer, what are the RAM requirements for EZ controller? We are getting error 15010-00003 after installing everything and copying over the Noritsukoki folder(only 15.5K) from the original system. Thanks for your help.
  4. Hi Guys, I have been getting this error and like OP can not get rid of it, tried cleaning all areas of the 135 carrier, inside and out but same error 01405-00016. Did this occur because the 1800 was started up with the 120 carrier attached? Several times I've had issues when the Noritsu was booted 120 attached instead on 135 carrier. The 120 is fine, I am able to scan, it is only the 135 carrier giving me this issue and can't get around it to get scanning going. Any help would be really appreciated, thank you very much! Robert
  5. Hi everyone, My AFCii 120 has been squeaking lately and the scans are bit off -way more dmax on 1 side towards end of roll, is there an adjustment I can make , manual or auto, to correct this ? or do I need to have the rubber wheels replaced? Thank you in advance, R
  6. the 135 error is back, I have a second unit thankfully, but I'd like to get this one back up if possible
  7. Hi all, I've been getting this error, even though I've yet to use the 240 area to scan. I was getting the 135mm error as well but that has stopped popping up after i did a cleaning of all surfaces on the inside of the 135/240AFCII carrier. My question is where exactly are the sensors that trigger this sort of error? I'm using an antistatic cloth to clean the areas marked in yellow, it seems to have helped to clear the 135mm error. Is there another I should be aware of regarding this issue? thank you!
  8. thanks guys, scanned as negative, needed to be on the light side to work well. Inverted in photoshop, not bad.
  9. hello all, I have 1 roll of b&w slide film, what would be the best setting to scan this roll at? I'm thinking b&W and then inverting afterwards, would that be ok? thanks!
  10. does the sharpening have a negative value (meaning -1 to -10)? that sometimes brings up those lines
  11. nevermind, was on the film, occurred either during shooting or processing in low humidity
  12. hello all, I'm getting these marks on some scans (only on 35mm), I don't know what they are, guessing some sort of static charge during scan. I use a kinetronics MS-070 to remove dust, it is not a plugged in type of brush, could this cause a static charge? but it doesnt happen on 120. maybe the way the 35mm were stored, it was about 12 rolls, hanging on pvc pipe in one bundle. thanks for any help
  13. one more question. Would you say its necessary to run scanner calibration EVERY time the carrier is swapped out? thanks again!
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