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WIC Reset Program and Chipless Firmware


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Posts posted by JesseVoss

  1. My Epson Xp760 Screen has advised me that my ink ad has come to the end of it's service life. I believe there is a lot more life in the pad. How do I:

    1. Reset the pad pezo settings

    2. Clen the pad to extend it's life further?

    Hope you can help, I'm stuck. The printer is only 16 months old and has not been used every day. I don't believe the pad could possibly be full?

  2. Hi,


    I have an Epson Artisan 837 all in one. It was working perfectly fine yesterday. Today it is telling me I have a paper jam. I went through the steps it told me to take 3 times. There is no paper jammed anywhere! Each time I finish the steps and turn it back on, it makes a grinding sound, then I get the same paper jam error message. I need some helpful advice if anyone has seen this before, please tell me what I should do.

  3. Hi,


    I've just bought an Epson 7750 printer. I've accidentally done the initial set up and filled the ink cartridges up after. Now silly me after looking at instructions it says you need to put the ink in.. then plug the printer in and set it all up and then it'll give you the option to charge the ink.. anyone have any ideas how I can charge the ink now I've done the initial set up etc?

  4. Hi,


    The short version is that Epson now provide the newer printers with a piece of software that polls for updates in drivers and firmware then offers the user the option to update either. As you can probably guess the firmware part is the kicker because Epson update their firmware to invalidate any of the strategies used by third party compatibles to function in the printers. So, a user can have a set of working compatibles in their printer, go for the firmware upgrade and find themselves with a set of "not-recognised" cartridges/chips the next.

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