The printer got more data than can fit in free memory.
You may be attempting to print a report that is too difficult for the printer’s ability (several macros, simple fonts, or graphics). Pressing GO may print the shifted data, but data may be missing or pitched. If the file size of the print job passes the printer’s onboard memory size, attempt adding extra memory. Sometimes opposed software drivers over-inflate the size of a report and prompt these errors; you may need to download/install various drivers. If all else breaks, clarify the print job and print easy parts at a time.
The data (compact text, rules, raster, or vector graphics) assigned to the printer is too difficult
Pressing GO may print the carried data, but some data may be absent or skewed. More memory may assist. You can also attempt a various driver, or explain the print job by cutting it up into easy parts.
The connection has been divided between the printer and the EIO card in the particularized slot. (Data loss might happen in this situation.)
1. Touch GO to clear the error message and proceed with printing.
2. Reseat the EIO card in the slot communicating to [X].
3. Verify to cable.
4. Replace the network card if wanted.
5. Attempt various software drivers.
The printer caught a media size various from what it was requiring. This is typically prompted if two or more sheets hold together in the printer or if the plate is not correctly aligned.
For the 4000, 4050, and 4100 series the paper supplies parts could be bad. Also, the paper supplies/registration sensors could be hit out of place. On EX engine printers this error is generated by a bad PIU (paper input unit).
The media transferred the PS102 or PS103 sensor quickly.
A short printing error has happened
The page holding the error will instead be reprinted. If the error continues:
1. Reseat the associates to the laser scanner and later to the engine controller board.
2. Displace the laser scanner.
3. Displace the engine controller board
A firmware error happened
1. Touch CANCEL JOB to receive the print job from the printer’s memory.
2. Turn off your printer and then turn on your printer. You can attempt reprinting the job to see if it was a short error.
3. If the error continues, attempt to print a job from various software applications. If the other job prints, go back to the first statement and attempt printing various files. (If the message only issues with a particular software application or specific print job, try to update the printer driver and/or firmware.)
4. If the message continues with various software applications and print jobs, separate all cables to your printer that connect it to the network or printer.
5. Turn off your printer and remove the print file. Then reboot printer AND PC, reconnect cables, and try to print and repeat.
6. Eliminate all EIO devices from your printer (JetDirect cards, hard drives, etc.). If 49 errors go away, turn off your printer, re-install EIO devices one at a moment, and reboot the printer each time to select which EIO device is failing.
7. If printing still fails with all EIO devices eliminated, exclude all memory DIMMs or third-party DIMMs from your printer. (Do not extract the firmware DIMM– printer won’t work without this installed.) Turn on your printer with DIMMS missing. If the error no longer exists, install each DIMM one at a time, turn on your printer, test your printer. Replace a DIMM if you decide that it prompts the error.
8. Remember to reconnect all cables that connect the printer to the network or PC.
9. If the error continues, replace the firmware DIMM.
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