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The 900 Series Printers have the ability to "remember" information from a cartridge. This is HP's way of trying to prevent you from recycling the cartridges. The problem arises when you recycle a cartridge, place it in the printer for testing and receive a "Low Ink" warning. The "Warning" does not prevent the use of the cartridge, however, the low ink warning can be an irritation. Below we have listed some ways we have received from customers to remove the warning. #1. The printer has a limited memory. It only remembers 2 cartridges worth of information. The easiest method would be to have 3 cartridges. Number them 1 to 3. When #1 runs out of ink, recycle it then, as recommended, but place #2 in the printer. Do the same when #2 runs low, but replace it with #3. When #3 runs out, the printer will not remember #1, so it will think #1 is a new cartridge. We are attempting to experiment using old, unusable cartridges for #2, and #3 to see if we can use them to remove the memory of #1. This might be very useful for folks who use very little ink, and don't wish to have 3 full cartridges sitting on a shelf.
Posted on May 16, 2015
Hard reset refers to powering off. Like unplugging the cord.
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