Embedded chips can be found in most HP Inkjet Cartridges. Some examples of these include models such as 564, 920, 932, 933, 950 and 951. These chips serve as counters to estimate ink level by knowing how many pages have been printed. In doing so, this ensures that the printer will not run out of ink. After counting the pages, the information is saved onto the chip, and this is how the printer keeps an estimate of its ink level; to know whether it’s full or not.
Resetting your HP’s Cartridge Ink Level is not that complicated. All of HP’s cartridges are designed to be completely refillable and have an allotted refill solution but sadly not all chips in your HP can be subjected to a reset or an override. With this considered, HP is known to be incredibly user-friendly.
If you own an integrated cartridge, all you have to do is replace the cartridge and tell the system that you approve the use of a non-genuine HP cartridge. If you own an ink tank with a sponge, you can either manually move your original HP chip to your new cartridge or you can use an Auto Reset Chip from a third party. If you need ink for a pure ink tank, such as HP 952 ink, you can also use an Auto Reset Chip. The ink cartridge that uses HP 952 ink is easily refillable up to this day, but new and better Auto Reset Chips are being developed and produced as of today.