Question about Xerox Phaser 8560MFP Laser Printer
Most likely you will have to replace the NVRAM.
If it doesn't fully load, it most likely ruined the memory.
If you want to know how I know this, it's not from the successful upgrades I have done, I never do an upgrade without a spare NVRAM stick.
I would say its about 99 percent certain that you will have to replace the NVRAM for the machine to work properly.
Now, that being said, what you can try is removing the RAM and powering the machine up without he chips in, then reinserting them and booting it back up , Sometimes the memory will overwrite and come back up with the old version.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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