Thanks for the idea Brian. Not sure I would have done that.
The model of the card seems to be J3110A.
On Friday 13 November 2009 11:03:24 Brian Baer wrote:
> For whatever it is worth. When you reseat the card you might also try
> reseating it to a different slot. I seem to remember having an HP
> printer where the slot itself was broken but the actual card was fine.
> Brian Baer
> P.S. Sorry no spare cards.
> STeve Andre' wrote:
> > I have an HP 8150N thats been great. 660K+ pages printed without
> > error.
> > I need to put it on the network as opposed to going through a Win2K
> > machine, but I've run into a problem: although I have an "EIO" card in
> > the back with an rj-45 connector, there is no EIO menu, and printing
> > the configuration page says all three EIO slots are empty.
> > I gather that the ethernet card is dead, since the EIO menu doesn't
> > pop up. No, I haven't tried reseating it yet because the paper addicted
> > are using it right now... ;-)
> > So then, does anyone have a spare EIO card that would work in this
> > printer? I'm still trying to find the exact part number. If it was
> > also excess to your needs I think our department (PLS) could buy it
> > from you? At least in borrowing it I could verify that my card is dead.
> > Lastly, suggestions for HP printer accessories? I'm really not used
> > to buying HP printer parts.
> > Thanks all!
> > --STeve Andre'
> > Political Science