The control FPGA is the "brain chip" of the 1422. When the driver boots up it runs a consistency check on the FPGA to ensure it appears to be working correctly. The BFF600B9 error means that this consistency check failed.
There are multiple reasons that this could occur, but by far the most likely is that the FPGA itself has failed. The most likely cause of the failure, given what you described, is that there was an inadvertent static discharge when the board was moved between machines.
On the off chance that the problem is not a part failure, you could try moving the board into a different machine and see if that addresses the issue. However, it seems nearly certain that the board has failed, and you will need to get it serviced.