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HP Laserjet 8150 has error 79.060E on LCD

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Does anyone have any ideas as to what error 79.060E is on an HP Laserjet 8150?  The printer appears to just stop printing, shows the error, and will not reset itself until you turn it on and off again.  This error continues to happen more frequently and needs to be fixed.  Thanks for your help.
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Remove all memory from the printer and then replace them one by one, booting the printer and trying to duplicate the problem each time. When you've found the bad DIMM, replace it. Sounds like it could possibly be a memory error.
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