HP 410 all-in-one inkjet wireless printer is a great economic printer for home or office use. It promises 4000 black pages and 8000 color pages in a single refill. It is wireless and can be accessed from any device – desktop computers, notebook computers, smartphones and more. However, if you somehow make changes to the printer settings in such a way that you cannot use the printer anymore (for example, wrong WiFi settings), then you have to reset the HP 410 all-in-one inkjet wireless printer back to the factory defaults.
This is how you can reset HP 410 all-in-one inkjet wireless printer:
- Connect your printer to your PC with a USB cable. Cable connection is recommended because after resetting, the wireless network options will change back to factory defaults and you will lose connection with the printer.
- Download HP Print & Scan Doctor from https://support.hp.com/us-en/topic/printscandoctor. Run HP Print & Scan Doctor by double-clicking on the downloaded file.
- In the HP Print & Scan Doctor window, you can click on the Start button to proceed.
- It will display the connected HP printers in the window. Select the printer that you want to reset and click on the Next button.
- It will analyze the printer and display a summary of problems found or fixed. If it does not find any problems, then it will display the status of the printer. From the menubar, select Printer → Resets.
- You will have two options appear in front of you – printer hardware reset and printer memory reset. If you want to reset the printer memory to the factory defaults, then choose Printer memory reset. If you are having problems with the hardware in the printer, then chose Printer hardware reset. Most people need only a memory reset and we suggest that you avoid unnecessary hardware resets.
- After you choose to reset, the printer will stay unresponsive for one or two minutes. After this it will restart, your printer is now just like you have unboxed it fresh. You will have to set all the options – WiFi, WiFi Direct and other options.