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Phaser 7760 - RAM ERROR

I have a Phaser 7760 that presents the message RAM ERROR.
Already swapped the memory and the error continues. Somebody could help me?

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Yes often your printer Ram or reset then solve it

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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    I have a Phaser 7760 that presents the message RAM ERROR. Already swapped the memory and the error continues. Somebody could help me?

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    Change Image Processor Board

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Make sure the Image processing board memory holder is not broken. It has little clips that clip on the memory to hold it in place some times that goes bad. Also make sure that the memory is exactly the same as the orginal one and compatable.you can also try to place only one memory stick at a time. If you don't have any luck then your image processing board could be bad. and you would have to change it. Part # 960K34661 Good Luck.

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La ultima vez q me paso, fue la board image
si has estado jugando a aumentar la ram, pon la de serie y upgrada el firmware (web xerox) con el ultimo firmware podras insertar ram generica

Posted on Dec 02, 2009

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