Hi, I upload repetier firmware including EEPROM_MODE 1 and M205 show me the values in the eeprom. But the eeprom configuration could not be used. Why is that? I thought I could change after the upload of the firmware the values by this menue point. Or do I misunderstand this? Hope somebody could help on this. Regards
I'm running Repetier-Host v 2.0.1, Anet A8 with original firmware. Trying to list Eprom config under the Config Tab. That option is greyed out.
· I got this issue when switching from Marlin 1.1.9 to Marlin 2.0.x. I fixed this issue by following instructions from issue 11415. Setting ALL EEPROM values to 0 and then flashing the new firmware to the board fixes it. dont forget to run M502 to restore your firmwares default EEPROM
· Thank you, I will try it (again!) when I get home. But, I am pretty sure that I had Repetier on it before I migrated to Marlin - and that's because of the shitty autolevel routine of Repetier fw, ending in many, many errors.
Mac host only supports eeprom for repetier-firmware which is generic format. Marlin solution is quite complex and changes over time which is why it is not supported there. On mac you can use our Repetier-Server instead that also supports eeprom for marlin for known parameter.
luc-github / Repetier-Firmware-4-Davinci. Watch 59 Star 147 Fork 78 Code; Issues 8 ... but still can't access the EEPROM from Repetier host ... the option stays gray! Copy link Quote reply Owner luc-github commented Mar 18, 2016. looks like repetier host is waiting for something enable it I never got issue - did you try to disconnect and connect to see what display in serial log ? Copy link ...
Switched to Repetier-firmware from Marlin, now connection problems in Repetier Host . mycarlooksfast. June 2019 in Repetier-Firmware. Hi there. Sorry for having to make this thread but I've searched high and low for a solution and wasted a lot of time trying to figure it out but I'm totally stumped (and a bit frustrated). I appreciate any help anyone can offer. A little background: Printer is ...
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