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It states 'hex dump' on my printer and I don't know what it means

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Check your pause key may be lucked, please fix it, then turn off then turn on printer, the message should be disappear.

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A hex dump is a list of hexadecimal numbers (base 16 numbers) of probably the contents of the memory.
This Hex dump is generated when the computer comes across a computer problem and can help Microsoft determine the cause and fix if this is sent to Microsoft.

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