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Lexmark X95x MFP – Intermittent 900.58 Error Code Is Displayed when Scanning or Copying After First Boot Up

Document ID:SO7549

Usergroup :External
07/14/14 Properties  


900.58 error code; Error appears when scanning on ADF; On flatbed; Unable to scan; Unable to copy; Issue appears when copying; Machine will not scan first page and then posts the 900.58 error; Unable to scan second page; Auto document feeder; ADF; Flatbed; Issue appears after power up; Booting up; Printer not working; Scanner not responding; Firmware update;



When attempting to scan/copy using the Auto Document Feeder (ADF) or Flatbed Scanner, the machine will post a 900.58 error code.



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This issue will only happen during the first boot up or power up. Usually the problem occurs in the morning because the printer was turned off overnight.

NOTE: If issue appears only when using the flatbed scanner to copy, and the scanner lamp only moves about two inches (five cm) when a scan is initiated and then posts the 900.58 error code, please visit Knowledgebase Article ID: TE428.




  1. Clear the error by powering off the MFP. Wait ten to 20 seconds before powering it back on. Run a test scan and see whether the error reappears.
  • If the error did not reappear after a couple of test scans, continue using the machine but observe its operation for a week. If no further sign of the error develops, it was probably a temporary glitch; restarting the machine cleared it.
  • If the error re-appears, update the printer’s firmware with the latest PE release code LHS30.TQ.P345 or higher.

Please contact Lexmark Technical Support to obtain this firmware.



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