Posted 17 February 2010 - 09:11 AM
As the machine is not going to a "READY" state, I would recommend an NVRAM initialization.
NVRAM init returns all stored parameters in NVRAM to factory default values or to a default ROM value,
depending on the variable, and performs a system reset.
Performing NVRAM init can cause the all-in-one to violate local telephone regulations. Reset the
language and country/region after performing an NVRAM init.
An NVRAM init resets the following settings and information:
● All menu settings are reset to factory default values, including the fax header and company name.
● Factory settings such as formatter number, page counts, and paper settings are reset.
● All faxes in memory are erased.
● All speed-dials, group-dials, and phone book entries are erased.
● All localization settings, including language and country/region, are reset.
To perform an NVRAM init
1. Turn off the all-in-one.
2. Press and hold down the * and ( check mark ) buttons.
3. Continue to hold down the buttons while you turn on the all-in-one. Hold the buttons throughout
the entire power-on sequence.
4. When Permanent Storage Init. appears on the control-panel display, release the buttons.
5. Allow the all-in-one to return to Ready before using it.
This should reset the system to Factory Defaults as if you just pulled it out of the box.
Hope this helps,
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