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'''You should have never updated the firmware - the printer you have is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies - BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART! Their rebadged Brothers aren't prone to it like the Lexmark models.'''
 
Your best bet is to downgrade the firmware if you can find an old version online with a matching checksum and see if it works. I know with the 3rd party FW bombed Epsons you can sometimes find old firmware and how to get into recovery mode on the control panel, so it’s worth a shot to try the firmware before you re-chip the yellow toner.
 
'''If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades), then you will need to do it in service mode and potentially need a recovery specific firmware file.''' '''''It may be possible to re-chip the yellow toner cart as well, as another potential workaround.''''' Dell will not help you with this, but you’ll need to see if Dell did anything weird with the chip like change the manufacturer hex code to Dell from Lexmark (chip swap prevention). If it’s anything like the 90’s Apple printers (rebadged HP or Canon), all Dell did was change the cartridge part number. If it comes to the point a re-chip is required, subtract your current usage (Ex: new chip will report 100%. If you’ve used 20%, assume 80% and watch the print quality).
'''If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades), then you will need to do it in service mode and potentially need a recovery specific firmware file.''' '''''It may be possible to re-chip the yellow toner cart as well, as another potential workaround.''''' Dell will not help you with this, but you’ll need to see if Dell did anything weird with the chip like change the manufacturer hex code to Dell from Lexmark (chip swap prevention). If it’s anything like the 90’s Apple printers (rebadged HP or Canon), all Dell did was change the cartridge part number. If it comes to the point a re-chip is required, subtract your current usage (Ex: new chip will report 100%. If you’ve used 20%, assume 80% and watch the print quality).
 
'''Dell is in the computer business; they sell printers because of companies who want their printer from the company they buy their computers from and extra revenue.''' The R&D doesn't make sense for them, so they contract it out to Lexmark or Brother - the chassis and toner style gives you a clue. This works well for us, but also puts us at an disadvantage on these Lexmarks since Dell inherits their 3rd party supply FW blocks by default even if it doesn’t bother them as much, if at all.
 
'''''DO NOT TELL DELL YOU WANT TO TRY THIS. THEY WILL USE IT AGAINST YOU IN THE FUTURE!'''''

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'''You should have never updated the firmware - the printer you have is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies - BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART! Their rebadged Brothers aren't prone to it like the Lexmark models.'''
 
Your best bet is to downgrade the firmware if you can find an old version online with a matching checksum and see if it works. I know with the 3rd party FW bombed Epsons you can sometimes find old firmware and how to get into recovery mode on the control panel, so it’s worth a shot to try the firmware before you re-chip the yellow toner.
 
If'''If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades), then you will need to do it I'min service mode and potentially need a recovery specific firmware file. Itfile.''' '''''It may be possible to re-chip the yellow toner cart as well.well, as another potential workaround.''''' Dell will not help you with this, but you’ll need to see if Dell did anything weird with the chip like change the manufacturer hex code to Dell from Lexmark (chip swap prevention). If it’s anything like the 90’s Apple printers (rebadged HP or Canon), all AppleDell did was change the cartridge part number. If it comes to the point a re-chip is required, subtract your current usage (Ex: new chip will report 100%. If you’ve used 20%, assume 80% and watch the print quality).
If'''If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades), then you will need to do it I'min service mode and potentially need a recovery specific firmware file. Itfile.''' '''''It may be possible to re-chip the yellow toner cart as well.well, as another potential workaround.''''' Dell will not help you with this, but you’ll need to see if Dell did anything weird with the chip like change the manufacturer hex code to Dell from Lexmark (chip swap prevention). If it’s anything like the 90’s Apple printers (rebadged HP or Canon), all AppleDell did was change the cartridge part number. If it comes to the point a re-chip is required, subtract your current usage (Ex: new chip will report 100%. If you’ve used 20%, assume 80% and watch the print quality).
 
Dell'''Dell is in the computer business; they sell printers because of companies who want their printer from the company they buy comuterstheir computers from and extra revenue.revenue.''' The R&D doesn't make sense for them, so they contract it out to Lexmark or Brother - the chassis and toner style gives you a clue. This works well for us, but also puts us at an disadvantage on the Lexmark rebrandsthese Lexmarks since Dell inherits their 3rd party supply FW blocks by default even if it doesn’t bother them as much, if at all.
Dell'''Dell is in the computer business; they sell printers because of companies who want their printer from the company they buy comuterstheir computers from and extra revenue.revenue.''' The R&D doesn't make sense for them, so they contract it out to Lexmark or Brother - the chassis and toner style gives you a clue. This works well for us, but also puts us at an disadvantage on the Lexmark rebrandsthese Lexmarks since Dell inherits their 3rd party supply FW blocks by default even if it doesn’t bother them as much, if at all.
 
'''''DO NOT TELL DELL YOU WANT TO TRY THIS. THEY WILL USE IT AGAINST YOU IN THE FUTURE!'''''

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'''You should have never updated the firmware - the printer you have is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies - BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART! Their rebadged Brothers aren't prone to it like the Lexmark models.'''
 
Your best bet is to downgrade the firmware if you can find an old version online with a matching checksum and see if it works. I know with the 3rd party FW bombed Epsons you can sometimes find old firmware and how to get into recovery mode on the control panel, so it’s worth a shot to try the firmware before you re-chip the yellow toner.
 
If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) isdowngades), you will need to do it I'm service mode and potentially need a recovery specific firmware file. It may be possible to re-chip the yellow toner cart as well. Dell will not help you with this, but you’ll need to see if Dell did anything weird with the chip like change the manufacturer hex code to Dell from Lexmark (chip swap prevention). If it’s anything like the 90’s Apple printers (rebadged HP or Canon), all Apple did was change the cartridge part number. If it comes to the point a re-chip is required, subtract your current usage (Ex: new chip will report 100%. If you’ve used 20%, assume 80% and watch the print quality).
If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) isdowngades), you will need to do it I'm service mode and potentially need a recovery specific firmware file. It may be possible to re-chip the yellow toner cart as well. Dell will not help you with this, but you’ll need to see if Dell did anything weird with the chip like change the manufacturer hex code to Dell from Lexmark (chip swap prevention). If it’s anything like the 90’s Apple printers (rebadged HP or Canon), all Apple did was change the cartridge part number. If it comes to the point a re-chip is required, subtract your current usage (Ex: new chip will report 100%. If you’ve used 20%, assume 80% and watch the print quality).
 
Dell is in the computer business; they sell printers because of companies who want their printer from the company they buy comuters from and extra revenue. The R&D doesn't make sense for them, so they contract it out to Lexmark or Brother - the chassis and toner style gives you a clue. This works well for us, but also puts us at an disadvantage on the Lexmark rebrands since Dell inherits their 3rd party supply FW blocks by default even if it doesn’t bother them as much, if at all.
 
'''''DO NOT TELL DELL YOU WANT TO TRY THIS. THEY WILL USE IT AGAINST YOU IN THE FUTURE!'''''

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'''You should have never updated the firmware - the printer you have is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies - BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART!PART! Their rebadged Brothers aren't prone to it like the Lexmark models.'''
'''You should have never updated the firmware - the printer you have is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies - BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART!PART! Their rebadged Brothers aren't prone to it like the Lexmark models.'''
 
Your best bet is to downgrade the firmware if you can find an old version online with a matching checksum and see if it works. I know with the 3rd party FW bombed Epsons you can sometimes find old firmware and how to get into recovery mode on the control panel, so it’s worth a shot to try the firmware before you re-chip the yellow toner.
 
If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) is you will need to find a way to do it in aI'm service mode orand potentially a recovery specific firmware file. It may be possible to re-chip the yellow toner. You’lltoner cart as well. Dell will not help you with this, but you’ll need to see if Dell did anything weird with the chip like change the manufacturer hex code to Dell from Lexmark to prevent chip swapping. If(chip swap prevention). If it’s anything like the 90’s Apple printers (rebadged HP/CanonHP or Canon), all Apple did was change the cartridge part number. If it comes to the point a re-chip is required, subtract your current usage (Ex: new chip will report 100%. If you’ve used 20%, assume 80% and watch the print quality).
If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) is you will need to find a way to do it in aI'm service mode orand potentially a recovery specific firmware file. It may be possible to re-chip the yellow toner. You’lltoner cart as well. Dell will not help you with this, but you’ll need to see if Dell did anything weird with the chip like change the manufacturer hex code to Dell from Lexmark to prevent chip swapping. If(chip swap prevention). If it’s anything like the 90’s Apple printers (rebadged HP/CanonHP or Canon), all Apple did was change the cartridge part number. If it comes to the point a re-chip is required, subtract your current usage (Ex: new chip will report 100%. If you’ve used 20%, assume 80% and watch the print quality).
 
Dell is in the computer business; they only sell printers because of companies who want everything to be consistenttheir printer from the company they buy comuters from and an extra revenue stream. It makes norevenue. The R&D doesn't make sense for Dell to do the R&D work on a in-house printerthem, so they usually rebrandcontract it out to Lexmark or Brother printers these days- the chassis and toner style gives you a clue. This works well for us, but also puts us at an disadvantage on the Lexmark rebrands since Dell inherits their 3rd party supply FW blocks by default even if it doesn’t bother them because they make money on other thingsas much, if at all.
Dell is in the computer business; they only sell printers because of companies who want everything to be consistenttheir printer from the company they buy comuters from and an extra revenue stream. It makes norevenue. The R&D doesn't make sense for Dell to do the R&D work on a in-house printerthem, so they usually rebrandcontract it out to Lexmark or Brother printers these days- the chassis and toner style gives you a clue. This works well for us, but also puts us at an disadvantage on the Lexmark rebrands since Dell inherits their 3rd party supply FW blocks by default even if it doesn’t bother them because they make money on other thingsas much, if at all.
 
'''''DO NOT TELL DELL YOU WANT TO TRY THIS. THEY WILL USE IT AGAINST YOU IN THE FUTURE!'''''

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'''You should have never updated the firmware - the printer you have is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies - BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART!'''
 
Your best bet is to downgrade the firmware if you can find an old version online with a matching checksum and see if it works. I know with the 3rd party FW bombed Epsons you can sometimes find old firmware and how to get into recovery mode on the control panel, so it’s worth a shot to try the firmware before you re-chip the yellow toner.
 
If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) is you will need to find a way to do it in a service mode or re-chip the yellow toner. You’ll need to see if Dell did anything weird with the chip like change the manufacturer hex code to Dell from Lexmark to prevent chip swapping. If it’s anything like the lazy 90’s from Apple with the rebranded HP/Canon printers, they probably just changed the part# onprinters (rebadged HP/Canon), all Apple did was change the labelcartridge part number. If it comes to the point a re-chip is required, subtract your current usage (Ex: new chip will report 100%. If you’ve used 20%, assume 80% and watch the print quality).
If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) is you will need to find a way to do it in a service mode or re-chip the yellow toner. You’ll need to see if Dell did anything weird with the chip like change the manufacturer hex code to Dell from Lexmark to prevent chip swapping. If it’s anything like the lazy 90’s from Apple with the rebranded HP/Canon printers, they probably just changed the part# onprinters (rebadged HP/Canon), all Apple did was change the labelcartridge part number. If it comes to the point a re-chip is required, subtract your current usage (Ex: new chip will report 100%. If you’ve used 20%, assume 80% and watch the print quality).
 
Dell is in the computer business; they only sell printers because of companies who want everything to be consistent and an extra revenue stream. It makes no sense for Dell to do the R&D work on a in-house printer, so they usually rebrand Lexmark or Brother printers these days. This works well for us, but also puts us at an disadvantage on the Lexmark rebrands since Dell inherits their 3rd party supply FW blocks even if it doesn’t bother them because they make money on other things.
 
'''''DO NOT TELL DELL YOU WANT TO TRY THIS. THEY WILL USE IT AGAINST YOU IN THE FUTURE!'''''

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'''You should have never updated the firmware - the printer you have is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies - BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART!'''
 
Your best bet is to downgrade the firmware if you can find an old version online with a matching checksum and see if it works. I know with the 3rd party FW bombed Epsons you can sometimes find old firmware and how to get into recovery mode on the control panel, so it’s worth a shot to try the firmware before you re-chip the yellow toner.
 
If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) is you will need to find a way to do it in a service mode or re-chip the yellow toner. You’ll need to see if Dell did anything weird with the chip like change the manufacturer hex code to Dell from Lexmark to prevent chip swapping. If it’s anything like the lazy 90’s from Apple with the rebranded HP/Canon printers, they probably just changed the part# on the label. If it comes to the point a re-chip is required, subtract your current usage (Ex: new chip will report 100%. If you’ve used 20%, assume 80% and watch the print quality).
If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) is you will need to find a way to do it in a service mode or re-chip the yellow toner. You’ll need to see if Dell did anything weird with the chip like change the manufacturer hex code to Dell from Lexmark to prevent chip swapping. If it’s anything like the lazy 90’s from Apple with the rebranded HP/Canon printers, they probably just changed the part# on the label. If it comes to the point a re-chip is required, subtract your current usage (Ex: new chip will report 100%. If you’ve used 20%, assume 80% and watch the print quality).
 
Dell is in the computer business; they only sell printers because of companies who want everything to be consistent and an extra revenue stream. It makes no sense for Dell to do the R&D work on a in-house printer, so they usually rebrand Lexmark or Brother printers these days. This works well for us, but also puts us at an disadvantage on the Lexmark rebrands since Dell inherits their 3rd party supply FW blocks even if it doesn’t bother them because they make money on other things.
 
'''''DO NOT TELL DELL YOU WANT TO TRY THIS. THEY WILL USE IT AGAINST YOU IN THE FUTURE!'''''

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'''You should have never updated the firmware - the printer you have is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies - BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART!'''
 
Your best bet is to downgrade the firmware if you can find an old version online with a matching checksum and see if it works. I know with the 3rd party FW bombed Epsons you can sometimes find old firmware and how to get into recovery mode on the control panel, so it’s worth a shot to try the firmware before you re-chip the yellow toner.
 
If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) is you will need to find a way to do it in a service mode or re-chip the yellow toner. You’ll need to see if Dell did anything weird with the chip like change the manufacturer hex code to Dell from Lexmark to prevent chip swapping, but if it’sswapping. If it’s anything like the lazy 90’s from Apple with the rebranded HP/Canon printers, they probably just changed the part# on the label.

Dell is in the computer business; they only sell printers because of companies who want everything to be consistent and an extra revenue stream. It makes no sense for Dell to do the R&D work on a in-house printer, so they usually rebrand Lexmark or Brother printers these days. This works well for us, but also puts us at an disadvantage on the Lexmark rebrands since Dell inherits their 3rd party supply FW blocks even if it doesn’t bother them because they make money on other things.
If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) is you will need to find a way to do it in a service mode or re-chip the yellow toner. You’ll need to see if Dell did anything weird with the chip like change the manufacturer hex code to Dell from Lexmark to prevent chip swapping, but if it’sswapping. If it’s anything like the lazy 90’s from Apple with the rebranded HP/Canon printers, they probably just changed the part# on the label.

Dell is in the computer business; they only sell printers because of companies who want everything to be consistent and an extra revenue stream. It makes no sense for Dell to do the R&D work on a in-house printer, so they usually rebrand Lexmark or Brother printers these days. This works well for us, but also puts us at an disadvantage on the Lexmark rebrands since Dell inherits their 3rd party supply FW blocks even if it doesn’t bother them because they make money on other things.
 
'''''DO NOT TELL DELL YOU WANT TO TRY THIS. THEY WILL USE IT AGAINST YOU IN THE FUTURE!'''''

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'''You should have never updated the firmware - the printer you have is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies - BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART!'''
 
Your best bet is to downgrade the firmware if you can find an old version online and make sure thewith a matching checksum matches, and see if it works. I know with the 3rd party FW bombed Epsons you can sometimes find old firmware and how to get into recovery mode on the control panel, so it’s worth a shot to try the firmware before you chipre-chip the toner againyellow toner.
Your best bet is to downgrade the firmware if you can find an old version online and make sure thewith a matching checksum matches, and see if it works. I know with the 3rd party FW bombed Epsons you can sometimes find old firmware and how to get into recovery mode on the control panel, so it’s worth a shot to try the firmware before you chipre-chip the toner againyellow toner.
 
If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) is you will need to find a way to do it in a service mode or re-chip the yellow toner. You’ll need to see if Dell did anything weird with the chip like change the manufacturer hex code to Dell from Lexmark to prevent chip swapping, but if it’s anything like the lazy 90’s from Apple with the rebranded HP/Canon printers, they probably just changed the part# on the label.
If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) is you will need to find a way to do it in a service mode or re-chip the yellow toner. You’ll need to see if Dell did anything weird with the chip like change the manufacturer hex code to Dell from Lexmark to prevent chip swapping, but if it’s anything like the lazy 90’s from Apple with the rebranded HP/Canon printers, they probably just changed the part# on the label.
 
'''''DO NOT TELL DELL YOU WANT TO TRY THIS. THEY WILL USE IT AGAINST YOU IN THE FUTURE!'''''

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'''You should have never updated the firmware - the printer you have is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies - BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART! Dell does this a lot - for example my Dell 1210s projector is an Optoma with dual VGA-in (A/B). When I took one apart to see how to access the DMD chip, I essentially knew it was an Optoma by the construction. The difference usually lies in firmware. Everything else other then the primary board is Optoma cross compatible, should I ever need to get a lamp for it.PART!'''
'''You should have never updated the firmware - the printer you have is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies - BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART! Dell does this a lot - for example my Dell 1210s projector is an Optoma with dual VGA-in (A/B). When I took one apart to see how to access the DMD chip, I essentially knew it was an Optoma by the construction. The difference usually lies in firmware. Everything else other then the primary board is Optoma cross compatible, should I ever need to get a lamp for it.PART!'''
 
Your best bet is to downgrade the firmware if you can find an old version online and make sure the checksum matches, and see if it works. I know with the 3rd party FW bombed Epsons you can sometimes find old firmware and how to get into recovery mode on the control panel, so it’s worth a shot to try the firmware before you chip the toner again.
 
If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) is you will need to find a way to do it in a service mode or re-chip the yellow toner.
 
'''''DO NOT TELL DELL YOU WANT TO TRY THIS. THEY WILL USE IT AGAINST YOU IN THE FUTURE!'''''

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'''You should have never updated the firmware - thatthe printer you have is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies!supplies - BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART! Dell does this a lot - for example my Dell 1210s projector is an Optoma with dual VGA-in (A/B). When I took one apart to see how to access the DMD chip, I essentially knew it was an Optoma by the construction. The difference usually lies in firmware. Everything else other then the primary board is Optoma cross compatible, should I ever need to get a lamp for it.'''
'''You should have never updated the firmware - thatthe printer you have is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies!supplies - BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART! Dell does this a lot - for example my Dell 1210s projector is an Optoma with dual VGA-in (A/B). When I took one apart to see how to access the DMD chip, I essentially knew it was an Optoma by the construction. The difference usually lies in firmware. Everything else other then the primary board is Optoma cross compatible, should I ever need to get a lamp for it.'''
 
Your best bet is to downgrade the firmware if you can find an old version online and make sure the checksum matches, and see if it works. I know with the 3rd party FW bombed Epsons you can sometimes find old firmware and how to get into recovery mode on the control panel, so it’s worth a shot to try the firmware before you chip the toner again.
 
If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) is you will need to find a way to do it in a service mode or re-chip the yellow toner.
 
'''''DO NOT TELL DELL YOU WANT TO TRY THIS. THEY WILL USE IT AGAINST YOU IN THE FUTURE!'''''

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'''You should have never updated the firmware - that is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies! BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART! Dell does this a lot - for example my Dell 1210s projector is an Optoma TS Series with dual VGA-in (A/B). When I took one apart to see how to access the DMD chip, I essentially knew it was an Optoma by the consitructionconstruction. The difference usually lies in firmware. Everything else other then the primary board is Optoma cross compatible, should I ever need to get a lamp for it.'''
'''You should have never updated the firmware - that is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies! BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART! Dell does this a lot - for example my Dell 1210s projector is an Optoma TS Series with dual VGA-in (A/B). When I took one apart to see how to access the DMD chip, I essentially knew it was an Optoma by the consitructionconstruction. The difference usually lies in firmware. Everything else other then the primary board is Optoma cross compatible, should I ever need to get a lamp for it.'''
 
Your best bet is to downgrade the firmware if you can find an old version online and make sure the checksum matches, and see if it works. I know with the 3rd party FW bombed Epsons you can sometimes find old firmware and how to get into recovery mode on the control panel, so it’s worth a shot to try the firmware before you chip the toner again.
 
If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) is you will need to find a way to do it in a service mode or re-chip the yellow toner.
 
'''''DO NOT TELL DELL YOU WANT TO TRY THIS. THEY WILL USE IT AGAINST YOU IN THE FUTURE!'''''

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'''You should have never updated the firmware - that is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies! BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART! It’s very similar toDell does this a lot - for example my Dell 1210s projector - the only difference between the original model and the Dell version is usually in firmware. My 1210s is basically constructed like an Optoma, but it’s a mildly modifiedOptoma TS Series with dual VGA In ports (VGA A/B)VGA-in (A/B). When I took one apart to see how to access the DMD chip, I essentially knew it was an Optoma by the consitruction. The difference usually lies in firmware. Everything else other then the primary board is Optoma cross compatible, should I ever need to get a lamp for it.'''
'''You should have never updated the firmware - that is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies! BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART! It’s very similar toDell does this a lot - for example my Dell 1210s projector - the only difference between the original model and the Dell version is usually in firmware. My 1210s is basically constructed like an Optoma, but it’s a mildly modifiedOptoma TS Series with dual VGA In ports (VGA A/B)VGA-in (A/B). When I took one apart to see how to access the DMD chip, I essentially knew it was an Optoma by the consitruction. The difference usually lies in firmware. Everything else other then the primary board is Optoma cross compatible, should I ever need to get a lamp for it.'''
 
Your best bet is to downgrade the firmware if you can find an old version online and make sure the checksum matches, and see if it works. I know with the 3rd party FW bombed Epsons you can sometimes find old firmware and how to get into recovery mode on the control panel, so it’s worth a shot to try the firmware before you chip the toner again.
 
If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) is you will need to find a way to do it in a service mode or re-chip the yellow toner.
 
'''''DO NOT TELL DELL YOU WANT TO TRY THIS. THEY WILL USE IT AGAINST YOU IN THE FUTURE!'''''

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'''You should have never updated the firmware - that is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies! BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART! It’s very similar to my Dell 1210s projector - the only difference between the original model and the Dell version is usually in firmware. The unitMy 1210s is basically constructed like an Optoma, but it’s a mildly modified TS Series with dual VGA In ports (VGA A/B). Everything else other then the primary board is Optoma cross compatible, should I ever need to get a lamp for it.'''
'''You should have never updated the firmware - that is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies! BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART! It’s very similar to my Dell 1210s projector - the only difference between the original model and the Dell version is usually in firmware. The unitMy 1210s is basically constructed like an Optoma, but it’s a mildly modified TS Series with dual VGA In ports (VGA A/B). Everything else other then the primary board is Optoma cross compatible, should I ever need to get a lamp for it.'''
 
Your best bet is to downgrade the firmware if you can find an old version online and make sure the checksum matches, and see if it works. I know with the 3rd party FW bombed Epsons you can sometimes find old firmware and how to get into recovery mode on the control panel, so it’s worth a shot to try the firmware before you chip the toner again.
 
If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) is you will need to find a way to do it in a service mode or re-chip the yellow toner.
 
'''''DO NOT TELL DELL YOU WANT TO TRY THIS. THEY WILL USE IT AGAINST YOU IN THE FUTURE!'''''

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'''You should have never updated the firmware - that is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies! BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART! It’s very similar to my Dell 1210s projector - the only difference between the original model and the Dell version is usually in firmware. The unit is basically constructed like an Optoma, but it’s a mildly modified TS Series with dual VGA In ports (VGA A/B). Everything else other then the primary board is Optoma cross compatible, should I ever need to get a lamp for it.'''
 
'''is largely with the branding - it’s like my Dell projector is an Optoma inside (likely TS Series)'''
 
Your best bet is to downgrade the firmware if you can find an old version online and make sure the checksum matches, and see if it works. I know with the 3rd party FW bombed Epsons you can sometimes find old firmware and how to get into recovery mode on the control panel, so it’s worth a shot to try the firmware before you chip the toner again.
 
If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) is you will need to find a way to do it in a service mode or re-chip the yellow toner.
 
'''''DO NOT TELL DELL YOU WANT TO TRY THIS. THEY WILL USE IT AGAINST YOU IN THE FUTURE!'''''

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'''You should have never updated the firmware - that is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies! BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART!PART! It’s very similar to my Dell 1210s projector - the only difference between the original model and the Dell version is usually in firmware. The unit is basically constructed like an Optoma, but it’s a mildly modified TS Series with dual VGA In ports (VGA A/B). Everything else other then the primary board is Optoma cross compatible, should I ever need to get a lamp for it.'''

'''is largely with the branding - it’s like my Dell projector is an Optoma inside (likely TS Series)
'''
'''You should have never updated the firmware - that is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies! BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART!PART! It’s very similar to my Dell 1210s projector - the only difference between the original model and the Dell version is usually in firmware. The unit is basically constructed like an Optoma, but it’s a mildly modified TS Series with dual VGA In ports (VGA A/B). Everything else other then the primary board is Optoma cross compatible, should I ever need to get a lamp for it.'''

'''is largely with the branding - it’s like my Dell projector is an Optoma inside (likely TS Series)
'''
 
Your best bet is to downgrade the firmware if you can find an old version online and make sure the checksum matches, and see if it works. I know with the 3rd party FW bombed Epsons you can sometimes find old firmware and how to get into recovery mode on the control panel, so it’s worth a shot to try the firmware before you chip the toner again.
 
If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) is you will need to find a way to do it in a service mode or re-chip the yellow toner.
 
'''''DO NOT TELL DELL YOU WANT TO TRY THIS. THEY WILL USE IT AGAINST YOU IN THE FUTURE!'''''

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'''You should have never updated the firmware - that is a rebranded Lexmark! Lexmark and Epson are notorious for blocking 3rd party supplies! BAD MOVE ON YOUR PART!'''

Your best bet is to downgrade the firmware if you can find an old version online and make sure the checksum matches, and see if it works. I know with the 3rd party FW bombed Epsons you can sometimes find old firmware and how to get into recovery mode on the control panel, so it’s worth a shot to try the firmware before you chip the toner again.

If it doesn’t (which it likely won’t since Lexmark blocks downgades) is you will need to find a way to do it in a service mode or re-chip the yellow toner.

'''''DO NOT TELL DELL YOU WANT TO TRY THIS. THEY WILL USE IT AGAINST YOU IN THE FUTURE!'''''

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