How to erase printer's memory (28011 Views)
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pudy68
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Re: How to erase printer's memory

I have a 6500 Officejet Wireless all-in-one...how do I erase the memory chip (restore to factory settings - how?)

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lions99
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Message 12 of 23 (3,594 Views)

Re: How to erase printer's memory

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@pudy68, simply just unplugging the power cord from the printer and wall, then plugging back in after 30 sec will clear the memory.

 

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pudy68
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Re: How to erase printer's memory

@lions99 -  are you sure that erases everything on the chip itself?  My print head dies and I need to trash this printer but I don't want any scanned images/pdf info to linger.  Do your intructions restore it to factory settings, or just erase the print queue?

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@pudy68, please check your private message inbox. 

 

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Please check your private messages.


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I'm glad we resolve the issue. If you need anything else let me know.

 

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Buchanas
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Re: How to erase printer's memory

I have a 3-in 1 printer, model Office Jet, number 6310,  and wish to donate it, but want to clear all memory first.

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junebug13
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Message 19 of 23 (2,654 Views)

Re: How to erase printer's memory

How would one go about clearing/erasing/formating/deleting the memory of Hp Photosmart 7525 and Hp Premium All in One Photosmart C309.  Thank you!!

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DetChry300
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Registered: ‎01-20-2014
Message 20 of 23 (1,072 Views)

Re: How to erase printer's memory

One of my HP Printers Model#7310 is being retired.  How do I clear the memory?   Additional problem, I have been getting the message "Remove & check Color Cartridge".   I have been unable to eliminate this problem & I have had to replace it with the HP Photosmart #C410.  I would like to know how to enlarge a small letter or picture placed on the glass on the #C410.                         Thanks,              Frank

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