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In order to connect it to a network, you need to have the print/scan option installed. If your copier has the print/scan option, you can hook it up with an Ethernet cable and download the print driver from the Ricoh website:
first install twain driver to ur pc and just open the microsoft world and go to the insert tab and then selct picture then 'from sacanner or camera'
or goto start-programs-microsoft office tools-documebt image scanning
the main part of the kit is a dimm card. the dimm has the fax/scan/print stored on it. the problem adding this to your machine is drivers, only twain scanning, no scan to folerd, no internet faxing, no winodws 7 drivers. if you get a whole kit you need to add the fax pcb and also get the nic for it to scan properly. good luck
Does your machine have a document feeder on it? If so, turn off and unplug the machine from the wall, and check in back of the machine to see if the feeder is plugged into the unit properly. Try reseating the document feeder plug to ensure good contact. Plug the machine back into the wall and turn it on. If it detects the document feeder, fax and scan functions should be restored.