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Original EEPROM chip file.
#1
Does anyone have or know where I can get the original eeprom chip data? I have 2 chips that have somehow been erased and I need to reprogram them with the original eeprom data

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#2
https://forum.voltivo.com/showthread.php?tid=7963


I strongly suggest you modify the cartridge serial number if you are connecting your printer to the internet.

Regards,
Kieth
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#3
Do you know of a post showing how to dump the EEPROM and restore it as well?

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#4
I believe it's in the sticky threads. Im on my phone now, but i will try to reply with a link in the next bit.

Kieth
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#5
That would be great.

Do you think XYZPrinting has a way to erase the eeproms? Im on the most current version 1.1.33.3. I have the site blocked but NAV expired the other day and XYZ got through my firewall since it was disabled

Thanks for your help
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#6
How to dump the eeprom
https://forum.voltivo.com/showthread.php?tid=7953

I don't know if xyz can, is, or will erase cartridges they suspect of being reset. But if they do it would add fuel to the fire for a class action court case.


Kieth
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#7
Worked PERFECT!!

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#8
Can you explain how to change the color from blue to red? I didnt understand.

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#9
There is no reason to do so that I am aware of. The temperatures are controlled by the cartridge, not by the color code. it's possible that certain speeds or other settings may be altered by the color, but that was not my experience. When I was running the OEM firmware i could print just about anything I wanted changing the temperatures as needed on the cartridge. In other words, you're probably trying to change the color for no reason at all. Smile

DPB PLA BLACK
DAB ABS BLACK
DAB ABS BLUE
DAY ABS YELLOW

Etc.

Kieth
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