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Ink Delivery System Failure


Hp multi function printer c7130? Was working ok, printed a good a4 picture then a pop up said " ink delivery system failure , there was a fault code . I have followed various suggestions to reset chips etc but nothing has worked so far. This printer cost plenty so i wonder if by chance someone may have had the same fault.

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Hp Photosmart Ink System Failure

Hp photosmart 8250. Upon replacing the cartridge the screen said "ink system failure" & won't work. Tech couldn't fix. The tech and i did all the "usual" things to fix the printer but to no avail. I did use a hp compatible ink, same brand as i'd used before without trouble. I replaced it promptly with hp product. They gave me an error code of oxc18a0001

Posted On: 3 months ago . View Related Posts . . View 2 Replies .

Hp Photosmart 8250 Error - Ink System Failure

Hp photosmart 8250 error 0xc18a030a ink system failure. Tried everything from hp website, spent so much on replacement ink, this thing has never worked and i don't have the receipt.

Posted On: 1 month ago . View Related Posts . . View 1 Replies .

System Failure ( Restart )

Built this and it has never run without having a system failure resulting in a restart. I tested the old power supply, and the 5v connector failed. So, i bought a new one and figured that this would be the fix to the issue. And no. Any suggestions on what i might look for next? I'm lost.

Posted On: 05-01-2007, 05:08 AM . View Related Posts . . View 13 Replies .

System Failure, Monitor Does Not Show Anything

I returned from vacation. Turned computer on, fans came on, green light came on, i could hear the hard drive spin up and sound normal, but that's it. No beep, no yellow light, the monitor doesn't think anything is running, the keyboard is dead, num lock won't illuminate, optical mouse is out. Can anyone give me an idea? I'm not very computer literate ( as i'm sure you're aware after reading the earlier part of my post) the computer is a 3 year old hp.

Posted On: August 5th, 2006, 10:21 AM . View Related Posts . . View 1 Replies .

Continuous Ink System Hp Printers

Does continuous ink system works on hp printers?

Answer:-
Which model, exactly? Most printers (including hp's) have little 'chips' buried in the ink cartridges, the printer 'marks' the cart. Every time it's used and when it thinks the ink is low it refuses to print. Most (but not all) printers have 'service codes' that can be entered to over-come this refusal to print. Needless to say, you won't find these codes in your printers manual or on the manufacturers web site. I suggest you focus on those printer models where a continuous ink system already exists.


Posted On: 6 months ago . View Related Posts . . View 1 Replies .

Disk Boot Failure. Insert System Disk And Press Enter

Just built my first pc and configured the bios etc and get the following message:

Boot from atapi cd-rom
Disk boot failure. Insert system disk and press enter. I think this means that i have to insert a boot disk for the cd-rom drive into the floppy disk drive, to install the drivers for it. Can someone confirm this? Also my cd drive is a philips 52x32x52 cd-rw which came with no floppy disks for installation at all, so i am not sure how i can setup the cd drive without an operating system etc.


Posted On: July 9th, 2004, 03:57 PM . View Related Posts . . View 4 Replies .

Disk Boot Failure, Insert System Disk And Press Enter

I'm just usng my computer as a normal computer user would use one's computer. Surfing the web, instant messaging programs and the like, then my main harddrive makes a low click sound, then a slightly higher click sound after about half a second, then windows stops responding, then less than a second after my system achieves full lockup. So i'm like, ok, that's weird, and i reboot. I boot into bios and make sure it's not set to turn off the harddrives for any reason, and when i see that it isn't and there are no other wonky settings, i boot windows (xp pro sp2 .net) into safemode and just to make sure, start a virus scan, while that's working i look and make sure drive indexing is turned off (it isnf't on the main drive, so i turn it off) and that power save things are set to always on, and that's all ok, so while i'm waiting for the virus scan to finish, it does the click thing again, locks up, so i'm like *** and i reboot again, this time it gets to the ascii loading bar before the animated startup screen before the login prompt, and it does the click thing and stops, so i reboot again, and this time it gets to "verifying dmi pool data. " After detecting the drives and whatnot, does the click thing and stops right there, then after a minute or so i see "disk boot failure, insert system disk and press enter". So i sit there getting madder by the second and press enter, then it gives me a blank screen and that message again, and that's where it sits right now as i type this (but once i post i'll turn it off)

So i was running a virus scan, avg free edition, and it scanned the registry and the mbr for viruses and didn't find any, so i dunno, this either is a virus that i don't have a definition for, or some random progressive hardware failure, or my computer decided to crap out on me randomly.


Posted On: 12-05-2005, 01:23 AM . View Related Posts . . View 4 Replies .

Insert System Disk And Press Enter, Disk Boot Failure

Looking for suggestions for what to do next. I've built my first from scratch computer using:

New
Gigabyte ga-8i915p duo-a motherboard
P4 630 3ghz 800mhz fsb 2mb l2 cache processor
Maxtor 200gb eide ultra ata/133 hard drive
2x crucial 1gb ddrii 533 memory sticks

From my old system
Cd/rw
Dvd rom

It seems to post ok, but i then get the message

"Disk boot failure, insert system disk and press enter"

I've tried the new copy of windows xp bought for this build, and also the disks that came with the board and the hard drive. Each time the same message comes up. I've searched through all the documentation that came with everything, the net, and some books, nothing i try works. Can anybody help please?


Posted On: January 31st 2006 . View Related Posts . . View 9 Replies .

Hp C5380 Printer - Turn Off Ink Level System

Can i turn off the ink level system in my hp c5380 printer? I'd like to be able to use cheaper ink cartridges but i can't find a way of turning off the ink level system! Is there anybody out there that can help?

Posted On: 7 months ago . View Related Posts . . View 1 Replies .

Brand Of Ink For Printer Compatible With Dell Series 7 Ink

Is there a brand of ink for printer that is compatible with the dell series 7 ink?

Answer:- nope, dell printers only work with dell ink as far as i know, dell makes brand specific products.


Posted On: 7 months ago . View Related Posts . . View 1 Replies .

Hp 60 Ink Cartridges Black Ink

My printer uses hp 60 ink cartridges. Does the color one have black ink in it, or do i need to buy a black one?

Posted On: 4 months ago . View Related Posts . . View 2 Replies .

Hp Photosmart Will Print In Black Ink But Won't Copy In Black Ink

Hp photosmart c7180 will print in black ink but won't copy in black ink? I was copying some work yesterday and then the printer just would not copy in black ink, when copying in colour it copies all the colour but not black. But it will still print in black ink? I've reinstalled the driver but it still has the same problem. Any recommendations?

Posted On: 4 months ago . View Related Posts . . View 1 Replies .

Total Pc Failure

Copying cd and computer went blank with no video signal. Re-boot no effect- no boot sequence noises and no video signal. Swapped video card checked connections, swapped monitor - no go. There is power to components. Motherboard failure?

Posted On: 05-09-2004, 09:43 PM . View Related Posts . . View 5 Replies .

Intermittent Boot Failure

The problem is intermittently the system powers up but fails to even attempt to boot - no bios beeps, and bios and vid. Bios screens not displayed. Drives spin up ok. Have tried different case and psu (in fact system is currently in borrowed case). The system only ever fails to boot if the system is cold-started - the system warm-reboots ok. Tried different ram, had m/b replaced once, new m/b been returned to dealer where they (supposedly) found no problems when tested with other kit and with my psu, but system not been professionaly tested as a whole. Have also tried different graphics card, removing modem and sound card, running system from hdd only, but still having problems. All connectors are firmly seated. There are no config options in bios or jumpers for ram and the cpu is set up correctly and automatically. Have used 375 and 300w psus with system (300w seemed better then system started playing up again)
Nvidia geforce4 mx440 agp8x graphics card (8x is supported by m/b), and have also tried geforce2 4x. The os may be irrelevant, but i've tried winxppro, win2000, winnt4, mandrake linux 9 and a linux distro that boots from cd (knoppix). All drivers installed ok. Won't even bother with win9x/me because i hate it.


Posted On: November 12th, 2003, 01:47 PM . View Related Posts . . View 14 Replies .

Random Power Failure

Lately, my pc has been randomly shutting off. I thought it might be a software issue, so i went to reformat my hd when it powered off. Here i am with a box w/ no os that keeps shutting off every 5 minutes. Every other computer in my house works fine, so it isn't an electricity issue. I also replaced the power supply, which cost me $60. What else could possible be causing theis odd phenomenon, because i would like my pc back.

Posted On: May 8th, 2007, 04:29 PM . View Related Posts . . View 14 Replies .

Bios Flash Failure

This acer aspire m5100 desktop was having freezing issues, so i decided to update the bios to see if that would fix things. The flash was going well, until the very end where the status bar showed red, indicating failure to write at those sections. The computer rebooted and failed to post. Fans spin and everything, but nothing shows up on the monitor and no beeping from the motherboard. What do you guys think? Game over? Or is there some way to revive the computer?

Posted On: 07-04-2009, 04:25 PM . View Related Posts . . View 5 Replies .

Bsod - Hdd Failure

I'm running xp pro sp3. I can't remember the last time i've installed new hardware or software. Out of the blue the other day, i noticed foobar2k wasn't reading some of my music off my drive. I checked the files themselves on the 500 gb, and when clicking on the folder received a message to the effect that the files were not accessible. Found that kind of alarming. Then later in the day, experienced my first crash. Just a complete as-is freeze up with stuttering audio that never budged even after about a 30 minute wait-out. Rebooted and chkdsk popped up for the 500 gb drive. I figured as much. However, chkdsk would repeatedly fail to complete. I used another utility, spinrite, directly off a boot disc. Without even being in windows, it still froze about ten minutes into it. At this point i basically could not keep my computer up and running without it soon crashing. I pulled the 500 gb drive to just give up for now. Everything seems like it is running more or less stable with just the raptor. But then, i decided to usb transfer some of my music to the raptor from my blackberry (setup to act as a flash drive). Within about 30 seconds i got my first ever bsod on this machine. 0x0000008e (0xc000001d, 0xbf852646, 0xac387698, 0x00000000)

Win32k.sys - address bf852646 base at bf800000 datestamp 48025f2a

Anyone have any idea what could be going on? Google results for the stop code gave vague suggestions at best. I really don't even know where to begin!


Posted On: 07-30-2009, 09:50 AM . View Related Posts . . View 3 Replies .

Motherboard Failure Rate

I'm a system builder, and i order most of my parts from newegg. In my i7 systems i have been using the asus p6t deluxe v2 for almost all my builds, but lately i've had over 50% failure rate with the boards. This is over the last month and over 27 units. I'm just wondering if other builders are getting the same failure rate, or if i just got a really bad batch. Its so bad at this point i'm ready to switch to another board, but i'm not sure which one to move to. I need boards that overclock well (4. 0 ghz on the 920 with liquid cooling) and have dual lans. Of course, they have to support at least 2 video cards in full x16 mode also. I'm thinking of trying the asrock supercomputer x58. Any comments or suggestions from people who are having similar problems or have a great mb they've used for a lot of builds will help.

Posted On: 04-20-2009 . View Related Posts . . View 21 Replies .

Lcd Monitors Failure Causes

To date, i have got my hands in over 10 malfunction lcd monitors. The cause of deaths for all of them but one were power failure of some sort. I think the lcd company intentionally did this to make people buy new ones. Here are some of the causes:-
1. Premature aging or leaking of electrolytic capacitor: either because of the use of capacitors with lower temperature rating or, for save a buck or two, use capacitors of un-trustful brand(s). Replace the capacitors usually brings the lcd back to life. 2. Dead external power adapter: especially the ones with a strange output voltage which is not easily replaceable. Depends on how the adapter is assembled, you might need to force it open to find the real cause. 3. The most strange ones are the so called "cold soldering": in some larger lcds, i found the solder of several components on the internal power board were loosed! Ideally the power board in a lcd monitor should not have cold soldering, which i think it is a truth when it was built. However, solder may became loose if, after the soldering work of a power board were done, there are external forces applied onto certain components (e.g. The ones connect to a big heat sink which were than stressed by screw onto something else ). In such case, adjust the angle/position of the monitor may put excessive force on the soldering point and eventually break the connection between the legs of the ics and the solder. Re-attach the solder could be your best choice. 4. Unstable relay. Due to the fact that some solid state relays are highly temperature sensitive, the current a relay can output/conduct may decreases dramatically as the temperature increases. The result is intolerable blinking monitor. For emergency, try to ventilate the relay, in the long run replace it with one of the same specification is your best choice. Not recommended, but, if you know what circuit were controlled by that relay and the function of the circuit, you may be able to short circuit it and make it permanently on or remove it to make it permanently off or connect a manual switch to turn it on/off by hand. 5. I never encounter this but lcds with faulty thermal fuse(s) or blown fuse(s) were reported in this forum. Replace the fuse might be a reasonable thing to do. However, if it blown again, you might need to check other places.


Posted On: February 13th 2007 . View Related Posts . . View 1 Replies .

Pata Hdd Complete Failure

First my new system dies, and then my old system decides to go and kill itself aswell. Ok, this time its an old pata hdd that something went wrong with (i did this to it). What happend? Well, i had a nasty virus and had to get a real "tool" for the job. A program that use dod* method to erase everything from the harddrive. Let's just say something went wrong on the way, and now it's competely unreadable. So i got my hands on some seagate tools, and i really don't have a clue what to do with it. There is something so wrong it can't update the mbr of the drive. Shall i call it even and throw it away, or is there anything i can do?

Posted On: 03-16-2008, 12:08 AM . View Related Posts . . View 24 Replies .

Failure To Boot From Hard Drive

I have two hard drives. I tried installing windows vista business on the first one to use in a dual-boot configuration with windows xp which was on the second hard drive. Well, the vista installation worked fine, but when i went to boot into xp, i found vista's boot loader hadn't recognized windows xp. Clearly frustrated, i tried several different things until i finally decided to format the first hard drive. It was horrible i lost my entire data from the hard drive. Vista made my data vanish. I hate it. I tried using repair tool and many recovery software, but it did not work.

Posted On: 17-02-2007, 04:06 AM . View Related Posts . . View 3 Replies .

Hard Drive Failure When Booting

I have been having trouble with my desktop when i boot up. I am getting a "hard drive failure" when i boot and it asks for me to insert a system disk (which i can't find at the moment). So far i have been lucky enough that after a few tries it will finally boot up and run just fine. I try not to shut it down but from time to time i forget and shut it down only to be reminded why i shouldn't do that the next time i try to boot it up. But, i am afraid that it will someday no longer do this. I have purchased an external hard drive so i can copy the contents of the bad drive to it before i replace the drive, but am not sure what to do or how to do it. I would apprieciate any help you can give me. I have seen in another post on this site a program mentioned by the name of hdclone. I have found a free version of this and am interested in knowing if this is something i need to transfer the contents of the old drive to the external one? Also, the old drive is an ide but when i look online for a new drive they are sata or pata drives. What are they and will they work with my current setup?

If i recall correctly, the external hdd is about 120gb and the old hdd is 60gb. I am running windows xp pro. Since i am unable to locate my xp program disk at the moment i want to do everything possible to not lose this on the hard drive. If you need any further information, i will do my best to supply it.


Posted On: January 15th, 2007, 11:42 AM . View Related Posts . . View 8 Replies .

Hard Drive With Potential Failure

I have 2 of the seagate 1. 5 tb models which i bought before i was informed of the failure rate and i figured that it would be wise to ask here if i should be alarmed because if i dont check now i never will. Basically my problem is that the drive tends to "stall" after a period of idle time. It is usually only an issue in windows but it happens too often now. For instance, i go to my computer in the morning and click on the folder on the drive (which is the secondary non os drive for storage) and it will stall and about 3 seconds later there is a small click sound as is if it were trying to find its place. It is very annoying so i really want to resolve it. The thing is other seagate drives that i have had have done the same thing to me without failure for years, and instead just leaves me annoyed. I for one am pretty mad about the epidemic with these drives but if anyone has suggestions i am open to them.

Posted On: 05-10-2009, 10:46 AM . View Related Posts . . View 4 Replies .

Antec Power Supply Failure

I've built quite a few desktop pcs systems, from motherboards, etc. And, i've also repaired quite a few machines (e.g.compaq, hp, gateway, etc). It seems that power-supplies are the failure point much more often than i had expected. Once again, a couple of days ago, on a six-month old machine i own and built, (with good fans, no overclocking, etc), i inserted a 2nd ethernet-pci card into it, and when i brought it up for the first time, it wouldn't boot. (No smoke or noises. )The little activity light seemed to indicate random action, just as though it was seeking the disk and booting, but nothing ever showed up at the console, not even initial bios output. So, i took the case-side off, and hooked up my little power-supply tester-unit. Sure enough, one of the tester's multiple green lights did not light up, and that red 'danger' light on the tester did light up! [It's a fairly nice antec 400-watt supply, which is plenty of wattage for this system. It is an antec model sp-400 'smartpower'. ]

Any advice or comments about how often power-supplies fail, or thoughts about why this one might have?


Posted On: April 20, 2007 . View Related Posts . . View 18 Replies .

Power Supply Failure Rate

According to be hardware these are the power supply failure statistics for the previous year, like all statistics they should be taken with a pinch of salt. They confirm though what most hexites knew already. Fortron: 0. 7%
Hiper: 1. 2%
Seasonic: 1. 4%
Thermaltake: 1. 6%
Tagan: 2. 8%
Enermax: 3. 0%
Antec: 9. 5%

Follow the link for details:-

http://www.Behardware.com/news/8550/power-supply-failure-rate.html


Posted On: 22-01-2007 . View Related Posts . . View 25 Replies .

Usb Flash Drive Failure

Three times-once each with three different flash drives, and on six different pcs-i've had the experience of finding that the computer won't recognize the drive, and the data on the drive has become inaccessible. I see this is a common problem. Other users ask for advice on the web, and nobody seems able to offer any solid information on this occurrence. In none of my incidents has the flash drive been dropped, heated, frozen, or dropped into a liquid or run through a strong magnetic field. One day they work; next day they don't. Anybody know why or what could be causing this issue? And whether my data is permanently lost in such cases? Three times, three different flash drives can't be a coincidence!

Posted On: 5/23/08 . View Related Posts . . View 137 Replies .

Delayed Write Failure Error

Recently, i purchased a western digital premium es 500gb external hard drive. I formatted the hd from fat32 to ntfs, and reinstalled all the original software that shipped with the device. Transfering files from my pc to the my book works fine. However, when i attempt to transfer large files (usually above 2gb) from the my book to my pc, i receive a "delayed write failure" error message. The device stops responding, and i have to power it down and restart it. I am running windows xp sp2, and vista ultimate. I have experienced this problem in both operating systems. The device is connected to a usb 2. 0 pci controller card i purchased two years ago. All the ports have worked fine in the past, and i have never had problems with other peripherals connected to the port. All connections appear to be secure.microsoft kb article 908673 discusses this issue and is releasing a hotfix (kb908673) w/xp sp3. I found and installed the hotfix, and continue to have the same problem. Has anyone experienced similar problems with an external hard drive? Does anyone know of a solution for this issue?

Posted On: August 16th 2007 . View Related Posts . . View 12 Replies .

Hp Photosmart Printer Cartridge Failure

I have a black hp photosmart all-in-one printer. I had it since september of last year and barley used it since i still got another working printer. I although set it up with my imac but never did print anything since i used the imac for more photo editing, music, and email. Today when i tried to print a word document, i turned on the printer and it said the cartridge failed? I still have the ink cartridge that came with the printer. I don't understand the cartridge is full. I tried taking it out and turning it the printer off, i uninstalled and reinstalled? What should i do?

Posted On: 6 months ago . View Related Posts . . View 4 Replies .

Floppy Drive Disk Boot Failure

Just built my own computer, and i cant install an os because the computer doesnt seem to find the floppy drive. I have connected the floppy drive to the motherboard with a 34-pin connecter, and i have the twisted end plugged to the floppy drive, and the long end to the mb. I noticed that one pin on the floppy drive (the second from the side) is missing.could that be the problem or should it be like that?

When i start the computer it says after counting the memory and all that, "verifying dmi pool data. Disk boot failure, insert system disk and press enter".


Posted On: February 19th, 2005, 03:58 PM . View Related Posts . . View 7 Replies .