Question about HP Officejet 6100 e-Printer Wireless Color Printer
I configured an ip address and i cannot access the webpage, i need to reset the printer back to factory defaults but i dont know how to? any ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
make a cold reset or NVRAM reset
To do a cold reset you power on the printer while holding down the go button for about 5 seconds and then release the button. If the button is held for more then 15 seconds it may do a NVRAM reset
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
SOURCE: Hp officejet pro L7780
I just did the full resetting, hold # + 9 while is on (is what i did) and i unplug the power cord just one is back of the printer, and released for a while to connect again power cord, so when printer star back on, i hold again # + 9 for a 15 seconds, and power off for a moment, later push the power bottom and start a blue screen with FULL RVRAM something like that, leave the printer , is gonne make alignments and so on , so after 10-15 minutes AWSOME , factory reset setting, GOOD LUCK
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
SOURCE: how to i configure the
Hello, When you first install the printer onto the Network it will automatically find an IP Address, this is called "DHCP". In order to change the IP Address the printer needs to be setup as what is known as "STATIC". You can do this in in a couple of ways 1) Type the IP Adrees into an internet explorer Browser, this should open up the printers EWS (embedded Web Browser) if it opens click on the networking tab - Chnge the IP Address , set DHCP to "OFF"and click Apply. 2) From the printers control panel - push the "MENU" button and scroll down to the "CONFIGURE DEVICE" to "I/O" to "EMBEDDED JETDIRECT" Withi the TCIP setting you are able to change the printers IP Address
Posted on Jan 15, 2011
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