8 Tips On How to Bypassing The Chip Toner HP and Disabling Electronic Chips
What type of printer is in your office? Almost all office-grade printers in the market from 2003 onward carry an electronic chip. These chips track the number of papers you’ve printed out and store other information related to your printing.
However, the problem of refilling most ink tanks or toner cartridges do not reset their gauge levels in their software is annoying. Sometimes, you may find the anomaly in CF217A, CF218A,CF 230A. The chip has no link between its ink reading and the actual ink levels in the printer. So the chip erroneously reads “empty” even if you have ink in your printer. Your printer won’t work if you need to print black text but your yellow ink is “empty.”
So, the point is, how do you make your printer work?
Bypassing The Toner Chip HP
To be honest, bypassing the toner chip HP is not as difficult as it expected, only 4 small tips can help you get rid of the ink refilling.
- Use an auto-reset ink tanks if your printer models have them
- Fit your printer with a new chip
- Use your printer model’s chip resetter to restore the “empty” chip to full
- Disable your toner monitor
After the four tips, you will realize that the printer might still be positive to work as the toner or ink chip is the key issue. But if you disable your printer’s memory chip from collecting your printer usage information, you can continue using your printer even if the toner chip or ink is finished. Therefore, you are suggested to inspect your printer’s ink level at intervals by removing it to avoid your ink running out. Since the bypassing process was discussed, let us look back on the disable process.
Check Your Internet-enabled Printers
However, due to the innovative models recently, more printers are equipped with Internet connection system. So before the disable process begins, it should be confirmed whether your printer is Internet-enabled as it requires few steps for you to set to fully turn your electronic chip off. After fetching your printer IP address and go to your network setup options to find your printer’s IP address on your printer settings. Now follow these simple steps to turn off your electronic chip.
- Open a browser: Enter your printer’s IP address on the web address box.
- Your printer’s Embedded Web Server opens up. Click on “Settings” and select “HP Cartridge Protection” on the left-hand side
- Click on “Disable HP Cartridge Protection”
- Select “Apply” or “Save”
When you finish the four steps, your electronic chip is turned off.
Disabling Electronic Chips
Inkjet printers have color tanks. It’s impossible to disengage an ink monitor for tanks that the printer has not signified as empty. Your printer’s display will show you a message to indicate that your printer’s ink tank is “empty.” If you have a multi-function printer like the HP printers, you’ll find this message on its LCD screen. If you just refilled your ink cartridge or just want to keep using the old cartridge (if it still has ink in it). Insert your cartridge and make sure it clicks into place. Your printer’s ink monitor will show en error message. The message would warn you about the risk of using an ink cartridge that had been empty before. Ignore that message. Select “Yes” to indicate that you want to use that refilled cartridge. Like in most cases, your printer software might ask the question a second time. Now use your printer as normal. The electronic chip has been disabled so that you can use your ink cartridge without restrictions.
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