Dell 5110cn Color Laser Printer Statement of Volatility

Statement of Volatility – Dell 5110cn
CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates either potential damage to hardware or loss of data and tells you how to avoid the
problem.
The Dell 5110cn Color Laser Printer contains both volatile and non-volatile (NV) components. Volatile
components lose their data immediately after power is removed from the component. Non-volatile (NV)
components continue to retain their data even after power is removed from the component. The following
NV components are present on the system board.
Table 1. List of Volatile and Non-Volatile Components on System Board
Color Laser
Product
5110cn
Memory
Type
Volatile/
NonVolatile
Memory
Application
Memory Size
User
Data
Firmware,
Usage
Statistics,
Configuration,
Fax
SIZE NOT
AVAILABLE
EEPROM
NonVolatile
No
Running
Code
SIZE NOT
AVAILABLE
FLASH
NonVolatile
No
Base Memory
128 MB
DDR2SDRAM
Volatile
Yes
Optional
Memory
512 MB/
1024 MB
DDR2SDRAM
Volatile
Yes
Drum
NA
NA
Volatile
Yes
Fuser
NA
NA
Volatile
Yes
Hard Disk
40 GB
HDD
NonVolatile
Yes
CAUTION: All other components on the motherboard will lose data if power is removed from the system. Primary
power loss (unplugging the power cord) will cause user data on the memory to be lost.
Notes:
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EEROM may be used and could contain user data.
User Data utilized by memory type.
User data is not stored in EEPROM.
User data is not stored in FLASH.
Latent image is user data.
User data remains as photogene on the surface of Fuser roll.
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February 2014