I was doing some maintenance on all of the printers at the office, but an admin password was set for the HP LaserJet Pro MFP M225dw. No one remembered it, of course, so I had to do a factory reset.
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Any questions on the HP message board ended in “I'll DM you the answer so you don't brick your printer.”
So I'm going to post the instructions here, in case anyone else ends up in a similar situation somehow.
Follow the steps below-
NVRAM ResetFor Printer that has bundled touch control panel:
Turn off the device.
Press and hold the lower right quadrant of the touchscreen, keep the quadrant depressed as you turn the product on.
When the ‘Permanent Storage Init’ message appears on the display, release the button.
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For Printer that has bundled LCD panel:
Turn off the device
Press and hold the right arrow + Cancel (X) button, keep the button depressed as you turn the product on
When the ‘Permanent Storage Init.’ message appears on the display, release the button.
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1 year ago
Thank you for sharing. I sorta get why they don’t post those types of instructions but FFS with all the “agreement” BS you have to agree to when setting up a printer I’m sure it says somewhere that their not liable for anything. So what’s the harm in posting the instructions? Dell forum techs do similar “PM me the service tag and I’ll help you”. Well F!?k-stick there’s a good chance the problem applies to all models in the family and it’s probably not tied to one PC/Service tag or we wouldn’t all be here reading the same pointless forum article.
Be like u/ellacsit and share the knowledge.
1 year ago
Hi, I am trying this on my MFP M477fnw and it doesn't seem to work.
Does this work for this machine? thanks
Original Poster1 year ago
Hi, not sure about that model. Try this article maybe? https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/LaserJet-Printing/How-to-Reset-Laserjet-MFP-M477fnw-to-Factory-Default-Locked/td-p/5562351
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