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Lexmark CS632

Lexmark CS632

Statement of Volatility

Type of memoryDescription

Volatile memory

The printer uses standard random access memory (RAM) to buffer temporarily user data during simple print jobs.

Nonvolatile memory

The printer may use two forms of non-volatile memory: EEPROM and NAND (flash memory). Both types store the operating system, printer settings, and network information. They also store bookmark settings and embedded solutions.

Hard disk storage drive

Some printers may have a hard disk drive installed. The printer hard disk is designed for printer-specific functionality. The hard disk lets the printer retain buffered user data from complex print jobs, form data, and font data.

Intelligent storage drive (ISD)

Some printers may have an ISD installed. ISD uses non-volatile flash memory to store user data from complex print jobs, form data, and font data.

Erase the content of any installed printer memory in the following circumstances:

  • The printer is decommissioned.
  • The printer hard disk or ISD is replaced.
  • The printer is moved to a different department or location.
  • The printer is serviced by someone from outside your organization.
  • The printer is removed from your premises for service.
  • The printer is sold to another organization.

Note:  To dispose a storage drive, follow the policies and procedures of your organization.

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