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How to disable startup page

Product Name: Phaser 6510
Operating System: Mac OS X 10.11 - El Capitan

Hi, I got this 6510 Phaser machine , can some one let me knw how to disable the startup page on this perticular modle.

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Valued Advisor
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Re: How to disable startup page

Hi,

Configuring Printing of the Startup Page at Power On
The Startup Page provides basic printer configuration information, such as printer name, serial
number, fonts, firmware, and Ethernet versions. When this feature is on, the Startup Page prints each
time you power on your printer. If you do not want the Startup Page to print, you can disable the
feature.
To configure the Startup page:
1. At your computer, open a Web browser. In the address field, type the IP address of the printer,
then press Enter or Return.
Note: If you do not know the IP address for your printer, refer to Finding the IP Address of
Your Printer.
2. Click System.
3. Click Defaults and Policies→Startup Page.
a. To print the Startup Page at power-on, click Auto Print.
b. To disable printing the Startup Page at power-on, click Do Not Auto Print.
4. Click OK.

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Re: How to disable startup page

It seems if the printer is connected via USB (no network, just plugged in) there is no way to access the controls on the computer, or is there?

The display on the printer only shows 0000 for IP address. Any suggestions how to disable start up page printing other than following the configuration procedure on computer?

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Agency Analyst
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Re: How to disable startup page

Configure the Printing of the Startup Page From the Control Panel
  1. At the printer control panel, press the Menu button.

    NOTE: To navigate through the menu, use the Up or Down arrow buttons.

  2. Navigate to Admin Menu, then press OK.
  3. Navigate to System Settings, then press OK.
  4. Navigate to Startup Page, then press OK.
  5. To print a Startup Page when the printer is turned on, use the Up or Down arrow button to select Print, then press OK.
  6. To return the printer to Ready, press Menu.
Thanks,
RickB
Agency Analyst