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Resetting Xerox Phaser 350X from PC

Step 1

Installing the PC utility files
1. Insert the printer’s CD-ROM or Phaser 350 Color Printer Installer for Windows Disk 1 into the appropriate drive on your computer.
2. Do one of the following depending on your computer system:

Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0:
1. Click the Start icon in the taskbar on your screen. In the menu that appears, click Run.
2. In the Run window, type in the drive for the CD-ROM or diskette, followed by the file name SETUP, and click OK. For example: D:SETUP

Windows 3.1 and Windows NT 3.51:
1. In the Program Manager, select Run from the File menu.
2. At the Command Line, type in the drive for the CD-ROM or diskette, followed by the file name SETUP, and click OK. For example: D:SETUP
3. Click Next in the two introduction screens in the Installer.
4. In the Select Installation Type dialog box, select Custom Install and click Next.
5. In the Driver Installation screen, click Clear All if you don’t want to install drivers at this time. Then click Next.
6. In the Custom Install: Select Utilities dialog box, select the Printer Utilities option, andclick Next. Files are copied to your hard disk.
7. In the Finish Installation dialog box click Next.

The software is installed in a PHSR350 directory, inside a PHSRTOOL directory created on your hard disk by the printer’s installer.

Step 2

# Locate the utility files in the PHSR350 subdirectory inside the PHSRTOOL directory created on your hard disk by the printer’s installer.

# Use one of the following methods to send the RESET.PS file to the printer:

* PC users: Use the DOS COPY command to send the file to the printer.
* Workstation users: Send the file to the printer as you would any PostScript file.


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