HP Printer Supply Memory Warning [Fixed]

This article will guide you on how to fix the HP printer supply memory warning within minutes.

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Supply Memory Warning in HP Printer [Solutions] – HP Printer Supply Memory Warning

To fix the HP printer supply memory warning, try the solutions below:

1. Reset your HP Printer – HP Printer Supply Memory Warning

To reset your HP printer, do the following steps:

Step 1: Turn on your HP printer.

Step 2: Remove the power cable from your HP printer.

Step 3: Remove the power cable from the power source.

Note: According to HP’s recommendation, your printer should be plugged into an outlet rather than a surge protector or power strip.

Step 4: Plug the power cable into the wall outlet.

Step 5: Plug the power cable into your HP printer.

After resetting your printer, check if the HP printer supply memory warning is cleared.

If the warning is still displayed, do the next solution.

You can read this article: How to Reset HP Printer [Detailed Guide] to learn about other resets you can perform on your HP printer.

2. Ensure that the Printer doesn’t Have Packing Material Lodged within – HP Printer Supply Memory Warning

To ensure that your printer doesn’t have packing material lodged within it, do the steps below:

Step 1: Open your printer’s cartridge access door.

Step 2: Raise the paper packing material: Don’t take it out.

Step 3: Take out the cartridge packing material.

Step 4: Take out the cartridge from your HP printer.

Caution: Hold the cartridge at both ends to avoid the cartridge from getting damaged.

Step 5: Take out the packing material within your HP printer.

Step 6: Check if the cartridge still has orange tabs.

Step 7: Pull the orange clip upwards so that it breaks off your cartridge. 

Step 8: Gently shake the cartridge from side to side to evenly spread the toner inside.

Step 9: Check the cartridge’s left side for the orange tab and bend it to break it. After that, pull the tab to bring out the sealing tape within the cartridge.

Caution: If you get toner spilled on your fabric, clean it using a dry cloth. After that, use cold water to wash the cloth. Don’t use hot water; using hot water will set the toner into your cloth.

Step 10: Re-insert the cartridge into your printer.

Step 11: Close the cartridge door.

Check if the supply memory warning error in your HP printer is resolved.

If it is unresolved, do the next solution.

3. Replace the Cartridge – HP Printer Supply Memory Warning

If your HP printer says supply memory warning, then it might be that you are using a non-HP cartridge. Therefore, you need to replace the cartridge with a genuine HP cartridge. Another reason responsible for the supply memory warning on an HP printer could be that the cartridge is refilled or depleted. Whatever the issue might be, the solution is to replace the cartridge.

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How to Replace the Cartridge – HP Printer Supply Memory Warning

To replace the cartridge, follow the steps below:

Step 1: Raise the scanner assembly of your HP printer.

Step 2: Open your cartridge access door.

Step 3: Take out the old cartridge from your HP printer.

Step 4: Take out the new cartridge from its packaging.

Step 5: Put the old cartridge in the packaging bag and send it for recycling.

Caution: Do not touch the cartridge’s roller surface or cartridge shutter to avoid damage to the cartridge. To handle the cartridge, hold it at both ends.

Step 6: Pull the orange clip upwards so that it breaks off your cartridge. 

Step 7: Put the orange sealing tape tab to remove the tape from your cartridge.

Step 8: Put the tape and tab in the cartridge box and send it for recycling.

Step 9: Gently shake the cartridge from side to side to evenly spread the toner inside.

Step 10: Install the new cartridge.

Step 11: Close the cartridge door.

Step 12: Return the scanner assembly to its original position.

Check if the HP printer warning is fixed after doing the steps above.

If the warning is not cleared, do the next solution.

We recommend that you read this article: HP Printer Warning [Detailed Guide] to learn about other HP printer warnings that you might encounter when using your HP printer.

4. Update your HP Printer Firmware – HP Supply Memory Warning

To update your HP printer, click this link: Update your HP Printer Firmware – HP Printer is Slow, and then use any of the methods we shared to update your HP printer firmware.

After updating the printer firmware, check if the HP printer supply memory warning is cleared.

If you still see the warning message, do the next solution.

5. Service your HP Printer – HP Printer Supply Memory Warning

If the above solutions do not clear the supply memory warning in your HP printer, then you need to service your HP printer.

You can contact HP Customer Support to fix a repair date for the printer if your device is still under warranty: The repair is free for such printers. Furthermore, you will get a free replacement if the printer cannot be repaired.

You can still contact HP if your printer is no longer under warranty, but you will pay for the repair. However, contacting a local and reliable technician will be ideal.

The solutions above will guide you on how to clear supply memory warning in HP printers for (but not exclusive to) the following printers:

HP 1536nf MFP, HP LaserJet Pro M1219, M1217, M1213, and M1212 Multifunction printers.