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I have a Ricoh IS330DC I'm trying to set up with Windows XP Pro SP3. SCSI Card installed OK (Adaptec), but when I try to access the scanner, either through Ricoh's software or Adobe Acrobat Pro 9.0, I get the error: 12320: Cannot find the scanner. Check if the scanner main power is on. Scanner does not show up in device manager.

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  • Anonymous Nov 19, 2008

    same

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I had the same problem, resolved as follows.

In the scanner panel, you set NETWORK BOOT = NONE

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  • mohammed omar Jun 06, 2011

    please explain more please i want some help

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