Question about D-Link RangeBooster G DPR-1260 (DPR1260) Print Server
Trying to fax a document and it keeps saying memory is full; have gone through the menu and can't figure out how to empty the memory
When this system runs low on ink it will not print any faxes. Instead it stores them to memory. If this is that case it takes more than 5 steps to print the fax and delete it (menu, scroll
to memory item, ok, scroll to print, OK document, scroll to print all
pages, ok, menu to go up, scroll to delete, ok to delete, ok to delete,
menu to get out).
Worse, after a couple of these, the memory is mixed up. So, when you want to send a Fax, it will say "memory full" even though the memory is empty. You then have to power cycle the printer (hold down on/off for 1 second, wait 10 seconds, power on, wait for it to get ready (another 10-20 seconds).
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
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