How can I reset a Kyocera printer

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Crusty_der_ClownFamily1

"Reset Kyocera FS-1118MFP to factory settings - how?"

Hello,

without resetting everything, the method described at http://www.copytechnet.com/forums/kyocera-mita-copystar/8487-kyocera-fs-1118mfp-admin-password-reset-procedure.html should work.

But everything is in English.

You can use the command line given there e.g. B. for the sake of simplicity transferred with the program "PrintFile" from http://www.lerup.com/printfile/.

I wish you much success
Jürgen

"You can make pasta warm, you can make pasta cold." Ode to the pasta by Peter Ludolf, the inventor of the "pile principle" storage system Family1Crusty_der_Clown

"Moin, without resetting everything, the under ..."

Thanks Jürgen as always for the quick help!


Unfortunately, I can't get along with the English and can't translate the page using the google translator :-(


Can it be explained that way or would that be too extensive?


thanks

Crusty_der_ClownFamily1

“Thanks Jürgen as always for the quick help! Unfortunately come ... "

The short version - as long as the printer driver is still installed and the printing function works.

Download and install the print file and make a small change to the configuration: Click the "Settings" button, then "Text file ...", select "Send to printer" and confirm with "OK" and save with "Save".

Then the lines

! R! SIOP0, 'RESET: 0'; EXIT

or

! R! SIOP0, "RESET: 0"; EXIT;

write to a text file (e.g. Reset.txt call). You then simply "drag" this file onto the started "Printfile" program, select the Kyocera there and send the print job.

The "or" above between commands refers to the fact that the author is unsure of the exact spelling, whether it is apostrophe or quotation marks. If in doubt, please try both spellings, with the wrong method in each case, nothing will break.

greeting
Jürgen

"You can make pasta warm, you can make pasta cold." Ode to the pasta by Peter Ludolf, the inventor of the "pile principle" storage system Crusty_der_Clown

Addendum to: "The short version - as long as the printer driver is still installed ..."

Small addendum to avoid possible misunderstandings.

It is best to enter the commands with the Windows editor (Start - Run - Notepad.exe), not in a word processor etc.

Pure text should be output here, not a formatted document like it is e.g. B. Word would generate.

"You can make pasta warm, you can make pasta cold." Ode to the pasta by Peter Ludolf, the inventor of the "pile principle" storage system ProssecoCrusty_der_Clown

"Small addendum to prevent possible misunderstandings ....."

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Crusty_der_ClownProsseco

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Sascha, don't you have a "Now I'll help myself" repair manual for an Opel Kapitän, from which you could link a few excerpts? They would help just as much as the page you linked.

I would be particularly interested in how you would like to expand the network card installed here on board.

Shaking his head
Jürgen

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"Sascha, don't you have another" Now I'll help ... "

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It's not a signature. I'm just cleaning here