You might want to rethink the chip mounting and replacement instructions. This is a rather delicate job and I would be ordering a new cartridge if I had done what my initial thoughts were.
For those of you that have never done this. Your initial thought may be to cut off the two small plastic tabs holding the chip on, DON’T DO THIS! Although the instructions say to use some double sided tape to fasten the new chip in place there is very little under the chip on the cartridge for the tape to adhere to. Under the chip is a hole just slightly smaller than the chip. The two plastic tabs are all that you have to hold the chip in place and if you cut them off you will be buying a new cartridge.
With an Xacto knife I careful pried up the end with the round plastic tab, the end with out the contacts. When it was just high enough to clear the tab I slid the whole chip back off of the longer tab in front.
I put a small amount of double sided tape on the chip on the end with the round hole and carefully trimmed the tape away from the hole. I slid the front end in place and pressed the back down over the round tab. It is s fairly simple task but is delicate and you can’t rush it.
I reset the chip and Eps now sees it as a full cartridge.
Thanks Dana for your help.