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Re: copier restart issue
observes spilled developer, it disassembles all the units of feeding of paper
in the inferior zone of the develop unit and cleans them, the developer in the
sensors can cause blockades in the power supply. Can have some defective solder in the power supply. Inspect the power supply board. The switch of
the frontal door also can produce problems the great replace to clean does not serve them.
cables and connectors in the fusor in those of the lamps.
If the copier is shuting down and restarting while copying it sounds like it is over heating.you need to check that the fan at the fuser unit is working.check the rest of the fans aswell..lets know how you get on
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Hello Wiryan =) Sounds like either a power supply or graphics card issue to me. You could try downloading Almico's speedfan to check your temperatures just to be sure that they are fine. You should contact Dell, they can probably troubleshoot the issue pretty fast/send a technician to you. The X51 randomly shutting down is a common issue if you check the forums over there. http://en.community.dell.com/owners-club/alienware/f/3746/t/19437557.aspx?PageIndex=1 I assume you have updated every driver to the latest? Hope this helps! :)
Try restating your computer, uninstall the printer software, restart your computer, install printer software again, and restart computer again. (leave the printer off during this process unless told otherwise by the on-screen instructions).
If the above doesn't work, then it could be a hardware issue with the scanner. Try scanning a document to your computer and see if that works. If it doesn't, then your device probably needs a hardware repair...hopefully something is just loose in there.
If the developer has been changed. You need to go into service mode to calibrate it before you print. If you don't run the program and you make copies, copy quality will change and you may have to replace the developer again.
Once it is replaced go into service mode and issue the service code to calibrate the developer.
If you haven't replaced the developer yet, you should.
Hi , did you try a manual copy thru the printer operator panel to make sure that there are no issues with the hardware , if it is copying manually then its an issue with the software , you need to uninstall the printer drivers through the Printer Disk ****make sure to disconnect the printer cable from the computer before uninstalling the drivers **** once the printer drivers are uninstalled restart the computer and get into the Safemode (**keep tabbing F8 when the system restarts for safemode**) and delete the following Folder " SPOOL " it is located under C:\WINDOWS\system32. after deleting the Spool folder restart the computer and install a fresh copy of drivers it will resolve your issue. Do let me know once you perfrom these steps. All the Best.