This is another "me too" instance.
I recently purchased a Xerox ColorQube 8570 printer. Every time that this printer is reset it prints 'Menus', 'Connection Setup' and 'Paper Tips' information pages (8 pages in total). This is, of course, a waste of ink and paper. Does anyone know how I can prevent this from happening? I have searched through the menus and have disabled the 'Printer startup page' option, though this has no effect on the 8 information pages being printed.
Resurrecting this post as I also have exactly the same problem with a ColorQube 8580N. The printer needs to be switched off every night and every morning when it is switched on it prints out 9 sheets of menus and settings etc.
Can this be switched off? Terrible waste of paper for a "green" printer.
|Printer Serial Number||3611286847|
|Adobe PostScript||3016.101 (18)|
|PCL 5c Version||5.0|
Nevermind. My printer no longer prints the unwanted pages during a reset. I am not sure what I did to achieve this desired behavior. During my initial configuration of this printer, I had set Startup Page to Off within the General Printer Defaults section; however, after a reset, it only stopped printing the Startup Page, but continued to print the other three pages.
While I achieved what I wanted, the documentation for this is lacking.
Everytime I reset my ColorQube 8580, it prints information pages "Menus", "Connection Setup" and "Paper Tips". I managed to disable the "Startup Page". Is there an option to disable the other information pages? I would like my "greenprint"-oriented printer to stop wasting five sheets of paper per reset.