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Workpad c 500 chunk overlocked problem

When trying to print a screen after saving information, i get the message line 3061  chunk overlocked.  lt requires a hard reset to get the ibm workpad c500 to work again, and the information that was entered prior to the message is lost.

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  • rtil Oct 20, 2007

    same thing happens to me.  what causes this?

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When trying to print a screen after saving information, i get the message line 3061 chunk overlocked. lt requires a hard reset to get the ibm workpad c500 to work again, and the information that was entered prior to the message is lost.

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<For BRAdmin Professional ver.2.xx Users>
Start the BRAdmin Professional utility, by clicking Start => All Programs or Programs => Brother Administrator Utilities => Brother BRAdmin Professional Utilities => BRAdmin Professional.
  1. From the main BRAdmin screen double click the appropriate printer.
  2. Enter the print server password (The default password is "access").
  3. Click the Control tab
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  6. The print server will then reset back to its default values.

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<For BRAdmin Professional ver.3.xx Users>

  1. Start the BRAdmin Professional utility, by clicking Start => All Programs or Programs => Brother Administrator Utilities => Brother BRAdmin Professional 3 => BRAdmin Professional 3.
  2. From the main BRAdmin screen double click the appropriate machine.
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Via a web browser
Because web based management requires the TCP/IP protocol for communication, any reset option you see when managing the machine with a web browser, will not reset the IP address details that are set. If you wish to totally reset all the print server parameters we recommend you reset the print server by using the BRAdmin application.
To reset the print server (excluding TCP/IP parameters) follow these steps:
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  1. Make sure the machine is not operating, then disconnect all the cables from the machine (except power cable).
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The instructions are located here: http://support.lexmark.com/index?page=content&id=HO2564&locale=en&userlocale=EN_US

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To Reset Photoconductor page count:
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To reset the photoconductor page count:
  1. Turn off the printer.
  2. While the printer is off, press and hold the Select (pattlnk_1262005_1956-enus20772_selectbuttonicon_t64x_en_us.gif) and Return (pattlnk_1262005_1950-enus21096_returnbuttonicon_e340e342_en_us.gif) buttons on the operator panel.

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  3. While keeping both buttons held down, turn the printer back on. Keep holding down both buttons until the printer screen displays Performing Self Test or CONFIG MENU.
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