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My Xerox Phaser 7300DN Laser Printer has lost its IP address. I recently got rid of XP service pack 3, but the day after that my network WAS working well. and I printed quite a volume of stuff. It was only the next day that I couldn't network anything. My printer has 00000000000 for an IP address.

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Unplug and shut down everything for 5 min...... then plug in/reboot in this order....

PC
Router
Printer

Wait until each has started up fully before going to the next item.

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