How to tell if your printer or copier has a hard drive?
- amybeaderLv 711 months ago
Go to the manufacturer's website and look up the specs for that model.
- Robert JLv 711 months ago
No normal printer etc. has a hard drive.
The only ones that may, just possibly, are the filing-cabinet sized industrial grade ones, intended to be shared by hundreds of users & do copying etc. at the same time.
- StarryskyLv 711 months ago
You give the model number of that printer to the customer support people of the maker, and they will tell you.Source(s): Most of my multi-function printers that can do stand alone copying have RAM, not a hard drive. The ones that cannot do stand alone copying use the computer's memory device (RAM or HDD).
- Spock (rhp)Lv 711 months ago
they don't. period. memory in these things is reloaded each time they are turned on
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- ∅Lv 711 months ago
if it cost over $1000 new, it has a hard drive.
...as long as it's not over a decade old.
- GeorgeLv 411 months ago
Printers don't need a hard drive.
- .Lv 711 months ago
It would say that in your owner's manual.
- SugarBallsLv 411 months ago