Power Reset for a PSR 500

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Oldglide

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Does anyone know how to do a Power Reset for a PSR 500? Probably the same as a Pro 106. Scanner works fine, new updates with a crazy erratic display
 

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reset to factory defaults

Does anyone know how to do a Power Reset for a PSR 500? Probably the same as a Pro 106. Scanner works fine, new updates with a crazy erratic display


Here it is from the manual,hope it works. Good luck!



1. Turn off the scanner, then turn it on again. The scanner briefly
displays the DSP boot version, and then the Welcome/Owner
screen is displayed.

2. Press 0 while the scanner is displaying the Welcome/Owner
screen. The scanner displays
System Tests:
Select a Test...
Exits if no key
is pressed

3. Press 1. The scanner displays
Factory Init
Erase Memory
ENTER if APPROVE
CLEAR to EXIT

4. Press ENT. The scanner displays
Initializing the
File System
Please Wait.....
Then,
File System
Initialized to
Defaults.
Press any key.

5. Press any key on the keypad to proceed. The scanner will
next display:
GLOB EEPROM area
Initialized to
defaults.
Press any key.

6. Press any key on the keypad to proceed. The scanner will
reboot with file system and global parameters reset to factory
defaults.
PSR-500 User Manual
Page 98
 

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Thanks for your post. This procedure doesn't help, I've tried it a few with no success. I should have been more descriptive in my original post. I believe that there is some sort of power reset for resetting the CPU. I believe it has something to do with powering the scanner off and on in some sequence and use of keys? Thanks again for your help.
 

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I'm closing this thread since there are basically several threads on the same topic.

Please post replies to threads you create, not create new ones. Thanks.
 
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