Just purchased this printer but every time I turn it on it prints a Configuration report. Cannot work out how to disable that function. Can anyone offer any advise?
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OK. I have managed to find out myself how to do it. For the benefit of anyone else who encounters the same problem here is what you need to do. Start by pushing the information button on the printer, the one that has the square symbol with the letter i in it then follow the instructions below.
It can be done at the printer via Machine Status > System Setup > OK > Machine Setup > OK > Configuration Page > OK > OFF > OK > Stop
I have the same problem, but with a new B210 which doesn't have a display. I found some hints online that I need to get into the setup via IP address, but my browsers don't take me there. All say "took too long" - I find it really bizarre 30 years after I bought my first printer that this one prints an unwanted page each time you switch it on, and apparently all Xerox printers are so stupid. I wish I had known before... anyone can help?
Having the exact same problem with the same printer. This may wind up back in Amazon's warehouse. I just want to plug a printer into my USB port and print at home. I'm not networked so I can't use the Xerox solution. Ricoh or someone else may be getting some money shortly.
From the B210 Printer User Guide:
1. In Xerox® CentreWare® Internet Services, click Properties, click Services.
2. Click Printing -> Device Start-Up Page.
3. To disable the Startup page, for Device Start-Up Page, select Disable.
4. Click Apply
Could I suggest that this is automatically set to disable? We're trying to save money by switching power off overnight, and now I have a half inch stack of waste paper config reports.
This solution is needlessly complicated and not written in plain English
STEP 1. In Xerox® CentreWare® Internet Services, click Properties, click Services.
Great - except it's not possible to access Centreware internet services.
Here are the instructions
Article Id: 1852141 | Published: 03/18/2021
NOTE: CentreWare Internet Services (CWIS) is the Embedded Web Server on the printer used for device configuration and administration.
Login to the System Administrator Mode Using CentreWare Internet Services (CWIS):
THIS DOES NOT WORK.
Bearing in mind, all I'm trying to do is to stop it wasting my paper