When scanner boots up, it shows "Ready" at the top left, but it doesn't list the ip address like the other one I have. I can ping the device. There is not the "Folders" option on the screen. I have done a factory reset, but this hasn't helped. I cannot use a web browser to interface with the device like I can on my other 9200C. What could be causing this problem for me? Where can I get service on this device? When I turn the scanner off and reboot, it goes back to the original ip settings, not the ones I just entered. I have no other idea on what to do with this to fix my problem. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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Connect the scanner to an old USB HUB, and it will work. It stops when you connect to a new USB connection direct in a new PC. Done it. I worked with a 2 port USB HUB. Was posted someplase but I cant remember where. Magnar Vereide Datainstituttet.no
First look at the back of the printer where the network cable plugs into the formatter. There should be a blinking green light. No green light no network! That means printer is talking to the host. Print out the config pages again. On the 2nd page top left side should be a line "I/O card Ready" If it is READY, look down the page and you should see the IP address. You can also push the left side of the menu switch twice. You will see EIO X JETDIRECT MENU That is where you find the IP address.
Cold reset for HP9250C A cold reset resets the values of permanent storage variables to factory default. Often this is necessary for clearing the HP MFP Digital Sending Server IP address. The following items are cleared during a cold reset: Embedded Jetdirect IP address SMTP IP address LDAP IP address Embedded Web server password All control-panel configurable items The following items are NOT cleared during a cold reset: Local address book e-mail addresses Real-time clock (date and time) Page counts and maintenance counts Product serial number and formatter number Service ID Event log To perform a cold reset 1. Turn off the digital sender. 2. Turn on the digital sender. 3. Immediately after turning on the device, press and hold down the #6 key (do not wait for the memory-count). When the three status LEDs are illuminated, release the #6 key. 4. Press the #3 key four times until the display shows COLD RESET. 5. Press the #6 key once to initiate the cold reset. The product will continue its boot-up sequence.
Hook the network cable to your scanner nec card on the machines, note that this machine has two nec cards, one for printer and one for scanner.
after that Go to the setting and under setting/Scanner Default create and ip address for the scanner. after you done from that go to the computer browser, type in the ip address, you can choose scan to smb or pc.
Scan to smb needs shard folder but scan to pc needs to run software on your computer on your pc.
Setup the sender list which you need to fill only the ip address of the machine as sender.
Go to destination setup the ip address of the computer you scanning to, the path is the shared folder name, and the user name and password of your computer and you good to go.
To make it easy for you, Provide me your email and i will attach the scanning manual to help you setup it correctly and you can always get back to me in any question.
Hi · It is called the Cold reset A cold reset resets the values of permanent storage variables back to factory default. Often this is necessary for clearing the HP MFP Digital Sending Server IP address. The following items are cleared during a cold reset: â Embedded Jetdirect IP address â SMTP IP address â LDAP IP address â Embedded Web server password â All control-panel configurable items The following items are NOT cleared during a cold reset: â Local address book e-mail addresses â Real-time clock (date and time) â Page counts and maintenance counts â Product serial number and formatter number â Service ID â Event log To perform a cold reset 1. Turn off the digital sender. 2. Turn on the digital sender. 3. While the product is performing its memory count, hold down the #6 key. When the three status LEDs are illuminated, release the #6 key. 4. Press the #3 key four times until the display shows COLD RESET. 5. Press the #6 key once to initiate the cold reset. The product will continue its boot-up sequence.. Please come back and just gave a vote, it will gave me some satisfaction to know am helping some one so I will keep on helping.
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Find the scanner on the network... you can use a tool like Advanced IP Scanner to search the subnet and then just hunt down the IP that belongs to the device -- it may not have a name registered. Visit each potential IP via browser (http://192.168.1.50), one will show you the Kyocera web page. The device has two, one for printer, one for scanner.. each one on its own IP....
That's how far I've got with mine - i was hoping it supports SMB scanning, but it may not. So now I am looking for the rest of the setup.
This accurs at our location from time to time. Due to the use of GroupWise e-mail; on some mailboxes settings or some messages were added to Junk mail or Blocked mail settings... Receipient actually did receive but settings in Junk Mail or Blocked mail deleted the e-mail before it was received. This only has to be something simular to subject sent by Digital Sender.
Solution: have receipient empty all Junk mail settings.
Make sure that the scanner file utility is running on the computer you are scanning to. Go to Start - Programs - Scanner User Software - Scanner File Utility. It will open in the system tray by the clock on the PC. Try to scan again. If still have the same error, go to the webpage of the scanner (just enter the IP address of the scanner NIC in Internet Explorer. Go to the bottom left side of the page and click Scan to PC Destination List. Click on the number to the left of the name you are scanning to. check the IP address listed on the webpage and make sure it matches the IP address of the Computer you are scanning to. One of these should fix it.