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  1. Hello, I am interested in purchasing a minilab for my photo lab and have the option between the Noritsu QSF-V30SM or Noritsu QSF-V30RA processor. I have been reading a lot about RA vs. SM chemicals but have not heard much about the two machines. Which one is the better bet for longevity and reliability? Also I have an opportunity to pick up a Fuji FP563SCAL as an alternative. I like this because you do not have to mix your own chemicals like with the QSF-V30RA (although the SM version comes with pre packed chemicals). If anyone can give me some advice on which minicab to go with I would appreciate it!
  2. I do not have a minicab that I wish to connect it to. I want to use the scanner as a stand alone scanner and scan my film to a flash drive. I received the following email from the seller: My question is when I go to "01 System Operation and Check" I see "0140 Installation Information Setup". When I click it, I do not see any field labeled "output device". Does he mean set printer to off? If so I already did this. How do I change the path from image controller to none? How do I set the path to the USB drive I put in the back of the computer? I tried emailing the seller back but he did not respond and I'm not sure if he will.
  3. Hello, I am the owner of Negative and Print photo lab in Detroit, MI. We bought a Fuji SP3000 through CRES Imaging in Washington that came from Dublin, Ireland. The whole process has been somewhat of a nightmare as we bought the scanner two months ago and just received it Friday. Anyways we unpacked everything and turned it on. I went through the Pre Operation check and got the error "Connection to the Imaging Controller Failed. Check the Network Connection." I clicked OK and saw a box saying "E-1775 1st service menu not found. Check the service menu setting file." I've been reading a lot about needing a separate computer with a PIC running a software called C4C5 on it so the scanner can export the files to the separate computer. The problem is I have no idea how to set this up and would be extremely grateful for any and all help. Respectfully, Suraj Bhamra
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