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HP Lazerjet 2430N - Firmware update Failed - RFU Load Error

Posted on 2009-03-30
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Attempted to update this printers Frimware today.
This printer was a network share, and I attempted to update the firmware via the printers http interface.  While the firmware was uploading / updating I accidently closed my browser.  I checked the printer at that point, and it said it was still updating.  Once it finished it appeared to cycle its power, and now the display on the printer shows:
Download File now
RFU Load Error.

I cannot access the printer via the network anymore.  I cannot seem to connect via a USB cable.  I have tried to print the self test, and do a cold restart but nothing.

Does anyone know how I can reload the firmware to this unit?

Thanks,
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No Worries on this one.  I checked & the printer is still under warranty.  I will let someone else fix it now.

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