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現在のバージョン作成者: Sam Goldheart (投票の詳細) ,

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I think (hope) that I may have found the solution. I always thought that a firmware update might fix the problem but I couldn’t ever find one on Samsung’s website. I finally found one after searching Google for awhile. It’s a firmware update for the C410W. I wasn’t sure if it was going to work but if it completely rendered my printer useless then at least I would be out of my misery of doing a dozen start attempts every time I wanted to use the printer and I would be forced to take it to the recycle place and be done with it.

Here’s the link to the firmware update.

[http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/PRINTER/Samsung/Samsung-Xpress-C410W-Printer-Firmware-3xx0202.shtml]

It’s a zipped file so after downloading it you have to first extract it in order to use it. Just double clicking it doesn’t extract it. Just right click on the downloaded Zip file and choose “Extract all”. There is a pdf document that comes with it that has the instructions for how to do the update.

I did the update and my printer has started up on the first attempt for half a dozen times now.

I am running the latest version of 64 bit Windows 10, Version 1703, build 15063.296.

I can’t guarantee anything but it worked for me. I don’t know of any way to undo the firmware update if it doesn’t work for you but for me it was a chance I was willing to take.

Good luck

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編集者: iRobot ,

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I think (hope) that I may have found the solution. I always thought that a firmware update might fix the problem but I couldn’t ever find one on Samsung’s website. I finally found one after searching Google for awhile. It’s a firmware update for the C410W. I wasn’t sure if it was going to work but if it completely rendered my printer useless then at least I would be out of my misery of doing a dozen start attempts every time I wanted to use the printer and I would be forced to take it to the recycle place and be done with it.

Here’s the link to the firmware update.

[http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/PRINTER/Samsung/Samsung-Xpress-C410W-Printer-Firmware-3xx0202.shtml]

It’s a zipped file so after downloading it you have to first extract it in order to use it. Just double clicking it doesn’t extract it. Just right click on the downloaded Zip file and choose “Extract all”. There is a pdf document that comes with it that has the instructions for how to do the update.

I did the update and my printer has started up on the first attempt for half a dozen times now.

I am running the latest version of 64 bit Windows 10, Version 1703, build 15063.296.

I can’t guarantee anything but it worked for me. I don’t know of any way to undo the firmware update if it doesn’t work for you but for me it was a chance I was willing to take.

Good luck

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オリジナル投稿者: John Terpstra ,

テキスト:

I think (hope) that I may have found the solution. I always thought that a firmware update might fix the problem but I couldn’t ever find one on Samsung’s website. I finally found one after searching Google for awhile. It’s a firmware update for the C410W. I wasn’t sure if it was going to work but if it completely rendered my printer useless then at least I would be out of my misery of doing a dozen start attempts every time I wanted to use the printer and I would be forced to take it to the recycle place and be done with it.

Here’s the link to the firmware update.

[http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/PRINTER/Samsung/Samsung-Xpress-C410W-Printer-Firmware-3xx0202.shtml]

It’s a zipped file so after downloading it you have to first extract it in order to use it. Just double clicking it doesn’t extract it. Just right click on the downloaded Zip file and choose “Extract all”. There is a pdf document that comes with it that has the instructions for how to do the update.

I did the update and my printer has started up on the first attempt for half a dozen times now.

I am running the latest version of 64 bit Windows 10, Version 1703, build 15063.296.

I can’t guarantee anything but it worked for me. I don’t know of any way to undo the firmware update if it doesn’t work for you but for me it was a chance I was willing to take.

Good luck

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