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cubert

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Feb 5, 2015, 8:12:28 AM2/5/15
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Hey! i get this error:

161569: Attempting to connect to printer.exciting.io
161689: Waiting for data
161689: Waiting for data
161690: Waiting for data
161702: Waiting for data
161730: Waiting for data
161757: Waiting for data
161784: Waiting for data
161811: Waiting for data
161838: Waiting for data
161865: Waiting for data
161921: Content length: 5441
162374: Waiting for data
162374: Waiting for data
162375: Waiting for data
162387: Waiting for data
162638: Waiting for data
162638: Waiting for data
162639: Waiting for data
162652: Waiting for data
162903: Waiting for data
162904: Waiting for data
162904: Waiting for data
162917: Waiting for data
163237: Waiting for data
163237: Server disconnected
163292: Failure, content length: 5441
length: 5441
163293: cache: 0
163301: Bytes: 5441
163322: Duration: 1738


and i can't print. Can you help me?

James Adam

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Feb 5, 2015, 11:08:08 AM2/5/15
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Hi cubert,

On 5 Feb 2015, at 13:12, cubert <theo...@gmail.com> wrote:

Hey! i get this error:

161569: Attempting to connect to printer.exciting.io
161689: Waiting for data
161689: Waiting for data
163237: Server disconnected
163292: Failure, content length: 5441
length: 5441
163293: cache: 0
163301: Bytes: 5441
163322: Duration: 1738

What this normally indicates is that writing the print data to your SD card failed. Why this happens, I’ve never been able to figure out, but there are a few things that I’ve done in the past which have sometimes resolved it:

* wipe and reformat your SD card
* re-compile and upload the sketch to your Arduino

Which version of the Arduino IDE are you using?

— James

cubert

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Feb 6, 2015, 8:07:59 AM2/6/15
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Ok, I wiped the card and recompiled the sketch with IDE 1.0.5r2, first time worked, i was able to print the test page but now i'm stuck with the yellow led and infinite "waiting for data" and "Response code != 200".
I have a non-original ethernet shield clone, maybe that's the problem!
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