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Does anyone know how to free up space on a Konica Minolta Bizhub C35 printer / scanner?
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Hi Mark,

There are numerous ways to free up space. You may reformat the HDD if you don't care about anything on there. Note that after the reformatting operation is finished, you must turn the machine off before using again. You may set an Auto Document Delete Time, which will delete each file after the specified time period. You may use Overwrite All Data, which deletes all data on the HDD by overwriting it. I suggest that you download the bizhub C35 Printer/Copier/Scanner User Guide from here:

http://kmbs.konicaminolta.us/wps/portal/web/home/product-library?menutype=manuals&model=bizhub%20C35

Search the PDF file for "HDD" and you'll learn how to do all of those operations. Regards, Joe
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