Question about HP Photosmart D5460 InkJet Printer
I have refilled the HP 564 inkjet cartridge but need to know how to bypass the message that comes up stating the printer is out of ink. Does anyone know the reset instructions?
Dear, this is basically an auto generated message based on system registery keys, if you want to bypass the message, then there are two ways.
1. put another cartridge in the printer and try to print, after than install the previous (original) cateridge, this will doge the printer as a new cateridge, you problem will be removed. but if you don't have another similar cateridge at hand then follow the step 2 given below.
2. Uninstall the driver, unplug the printer, restart the system and reinstall the printer dirver again, your problem will be removed.
Posted on May 26, 2009
It's not an automated message based on system registry keys. matter of fact, I use Linux, which doesn't use a "windows registry" yet I still get the messages. On the bottom of the communistic ink cartridges is a chip that tells the printer when it "thinks" you should be low on ink. It also says which color and whether the cartridge has been used before. In order to reset the ink cartridge, it must be thrown away and replaced with another one. editing the registry or trying to swap cartridges multiple times will do nothing but waste your time. Best option... use the cartridges and refill them. They will say "low ink" forever because of the little communist chip, but you can refill them.
Posted on Jul 23, 2012
Where did you get the instructions from? I'd like to get my hands on them.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Jul 06, 2016 | HP PhotoSmart Office Equipment & Supplies
When you get an HP
integrated ink cartridge refilled (i.e. HP 60, 61, 74, 75, 901,
92-98....currently offered at Costco today) or if you buy a
remanufactured/compatible HP ink cartridge, the ink levels cannot be reset (HP
has a smart chip embedded within the nozzle plate at base of ink cartridge
which counts the drops and then registers as empty).....so you'll just need to
live with it and ignore 'ink low', 'non-genuine', 'counterfeit' messages and
similar while you are using these types of aftermarket supplies. The first
video below provides an overview of the 'low ink' phenomena, the 2nd video provides suggested cartridge prep/handling instructions when you return the cartridge for refilling:
HP 74, 75, 74XL, 75XL Cartridges - Solving Errors & Warnings:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5ISTGyScWU
Ink Refilling & Cartridge Care Tips - Everything you need to know: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnXoDIblpdU
If the new (or
refilled/reman/compatible) HP 74, 75, 74XL, or 75XL ink cartridge refuses to
complete the printer alignment following cartridge installation, then the ink
cartridge either has a connectivity issue with the flexible printed circuit
cable (inside unit where cartridge mates with cable), rear cartridge contacts
or cable contacts are dirty with ink residue, or the cartridge is suffering
from marginal internal electrical performance. If you run into a problem where the ink cartridge is performing marginally and blocks printing (via the Red X), you can bypass the error message (usually only 1 time per clearing action):
HP Photosmart 4200-4500 5200-5500 Printers -Cartridge Error Bypass (HP
J5700/J6400 Printers -Cartridge Error Bypass (HP 74-75 Cartridges):
These types of severe cartridge errors (i.e. "refer to documentation" / "incompatible cartridges", "print cartridge(s) problem", etc.) typically indicates the internal micro-electronics of the HP #74/75 cartridge are damaged. The cartridge's electrical wire runs at rear and lower side of the ink cartridge, are very delicate and are somewhat susceptible to ink attack over time, which can lead to premature failures. In addition, the older the cartridge the higher the chance of an internal electrical failure. You can also run a 'Tap 41' diagnostic test to check cartridges electrical health (this is a forced test).....go to www.inkjet411.com for more information on your specific printer model.
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