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Re: What is your startup routine?
Even though it has fuel injection why does it have choke? Do you guys use this? Often I can get it started without the choke. How long do you guys let your bike warm up before you get moving?
I always start it give it a nice rev or two put on my helmet and gloves, then take off.,I used to just ride off. Then I heard about a guy who did that and got a siezed engine. Then I remembered that I did the same to my last bike and the engine siezed. Now I let it warm up a bit.
The choke lever is just a cable that stops the throttle from returning all the way back--nothing more.,,,
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You have to decide how much trouble you are willing to put into this problem. At this point you have deleted and reloaded the software and drivers, which is the most typical fix. The self test says it is functional but it does not physically test a bad switch. A replacement of this same model sells for under $30, including shipping, on ebay. CNET reports a release date of June 10, 2002. It may be time to move on since it cannot be repaired for the cost of a replacement.
The printer must complete the startup routine before you can use it for any function. Part of that routine is to make sure that there is ink in each of the slots. Without it, none of the functions will work.
You more than likely will have to reformat due to a corrupt system...I would try first going into safemode (unless i misunderstood ) and to to start,run type "msconfig" and then go to startup tab....uncheck anything you just installed....caution: if you dont know what it is is...windows/system then dontuncheck it because that will actually cause the error you describe. Or try un-installing what you recently install in safemode. if you cant access safemode then use the recovery mode to recover the system files...usually the computer will ask for the windows XP cd. good luck...hope this helps
Have you tried entering the 'Safe Mode?'
By tapping either F5 or F8 right after power on, you will interrupt the normal (currently ABnormal) Windows boot path and see a menu that will let you enter a mode with a terrible scattered Desktop but only very few Windows functions installed.
One of the latter is probably bollixed.
If it worked OK in the last days, you may be able to use the saved (good) condition by reverting to it via the Restore routine.
You can start this by clicking on Start, then Run, then entering in the provided window:
then click on OK.
Just follow the simple directions.
This will not affect your recent (or past) work, it only restores settings and freshens files to a condition of an earlier point in time when things were good.
This won't always fix your problem if you have been invaded by some spiffy malware but it is a good place to start.
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Those solid ink machines are designed to be left on 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. (it uses about $20 in ink to turn on each time)
When turned off the printhead nozzles can get clogged up with dry ink, which causes white stripes. Running the eliminate light stripes routine purges the printhead (using another $10 or $12 in ink). When it becomes a continuous problem the printhead needs to be replaced....very expensive and time to get a new printer !