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68.2 permanent storage write fail
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Permanent Storage Write fail
It appears that there is a problem with either the internal hardrive if you have this option installed, or the removeable Jet direct card if you have one installed, thirdly, it could be bad memory or the main board.
Go to HP's website and perform a firmware upgrade for your model if there is one.
I would first remove any add on option like networkcard, memory .... then turn the machine back on and see if the error goes away. You can also go through the menu and perform a fatory reset, this however in the process loose your IP address.
Onece you have aliminated the options I would move onto the main board or FIRMWARE
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
Hi kgrema! I will be glad to assist you in this issue,
Usually all you have to do is initialize hard disk even if you do not have one. Just turn off the printer. Turn the printer back on and when the memory starts to count hold down the menu key until all three lights come on. When all three lights are on solid release the menu button and press the arrow back button and initialize disk should appear in the menu. Just hit the check mark button again and it should take care of the problem.
Here is the link just incase it does not solve the issue.
HP Support document
I hope this will solve your issue
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
Perhaps this link may help you !
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
1. Was there a paper jam prior to this problem? It could be that the paper was pulled out and a small bit of it is stuck on the pins that guide the paper from the heat roller. If no torn jammed paper prior to this issue, then check out 2.
2. the heater/roller is damaged and needs to be replaced. I would suggest you take it to your nearest HP dealer to properly diagnose this for you.This would save you unnecessary cost in trying to pull it apart and causing more damage to it.
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
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