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HP Designjet T2300 eMultifunction Printers - Update the firmware

Update the firmware

The product's various functions are controlled by software that resides in the product, otherwise known as firmware.
From time to time firmware updates will be available from Hewlett-Packard. These updates increase the product's functionality and enhance its features.
Firmware updates can be downloaded from the Internet and installed in your product in the following ways; you can choose whichever you find most convenient.
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An administrator password may be required.
  • Using a USB flash drive. Download the firmware file from the HP Web site into the USB flash drive and insert it into the Hi-Speed USB host port beside the front panel. A firmware update assistant will appear on the front panel to guide you through the update process.
  • Using the Embedded Web Server, select the Main tab and then Firmware update.
  • Using the HP Utility under Windows, select your product, the Support tab and then Firmware Update.
  • Using the HP Utility under Mac OS, select Firmware Update in the Support group.
When using the Embedded Web Server or the HP Utility, follow the instructions on your screen to download the firmware file and store it on your hard disk. Then select the downloaded file and click Update.
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Firmware upgrades are digitally signed by HP. You are not recommended to use unsigned firmware upgrades. If you attempt to do so, the front panel will ask you to confirm.
If you experience very slow progress while uploading the firmware file to the product, the reason could be that you are using a proxy server. In that case, try bypassing the proxy server and accessing the Embedded Web Server directly.
  • In Internet Explorer 6 for Windows, go to Tools > Internet Options > Connections > LAN Settings, and check the Bypass proxy server for local addresses box. Alternatively, for more precise control, click the Advanced button and add the product's IP address to the list of exceptions, for which the proxy server is not used.
  • In Safari for Mac OS, go to Safari > Preferences > Advanced and click the Proxies: Change Settings button. Add the product's IP address or its domain name to the list of exceptions, for which the proxy server is not used.
The firmware includes a set of the most commonly used paper presets. Extra paper presets can be downloaded separately; see Paper presetsPaper presets.
You can tell the printer to notify you if your firmware is more than six months old. To do so, select the Setup tab in the Embedded Web Server, and then Printer settings > Firmware update > Notification > Enabled. You must specify at least one e-mail address to which notifications should be sent. If you specify more than one, they should be separated by a semicolon or comma.
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You must also ensure that the product's e-mail server is configured. See Request accounting data by E-mailRequest accounting data by E-mail.

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