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Fixya offers advice to DIY people. With something like you are talking about, it would not be easy because of parts, and manufacturing processes. Also it might cost more to have it repaired than to get a new one.
You should provide the brand and model of your device but may I warn you that if firmware was wiped ot, your device is bricked and probably there is no way to recover it. In any case, it it is valuable, you might take it to some specialized computer repair shop where maybe someone might have isea how to solve your problem.
49.xxxx error is a catch all. Could be bad firmware, bad network, bad print job, etc.
Power off your PC. Power off the printer. Power on the printer then the PC. Do you have the 49 error now? If not print something, but not what you printed when you got the error. If you are still good, try printing something else. Still good, the error probably went away. If it errors again, somebody will have to look at it. Maybe upgrade the firmware or replace the formatter. How old is the printer? Is it still on warranty?
The best thing you can do is take the phone into your provider. It might have a firmware problem, and in that case they might be able to flash it or advise you on the course of action to take. They can probably verify if the phone is good or bad, so that they can fix it, or you can return it.
Good luck, and hope this helps.
switch dont restart by themselves without command, first remove the switch from the network, disconnect from internet, make sure you hadn't fired anybody recently it sounds like a hack. reduce network traffic to local area only and priortise important internet traffic. now got back to the switch and troubleshoot make to check the reboot command on error or when error is found, if the problem stops when the switch is remove somebody is messing with the network.or the darn switch is faulty install a new one.