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You have to make a folder on you computer to scan to. You have to load the scanner file utility on the PC. You have to configure the scanner file utility with the path to that folder. You have to setup the scanner nic with a sender and a destination. The destination has to point to the PC running the scanner file utility by inputting the computer hostname or IP. The scanner nic can be configured with your web browser by putting the scanner nic IP in the address bar. You have to make sure your firewall is not blocking the file scanner utility. For more help go to www.gfbm.net.
Below is a link to the setup guide on the manufactures website.
First make sure you have a scanner on this machie. The scanner NIC is an option for this machine. If you press the Scanner button on the panel and nothing happens then you most likely don't have one. There is a network connection for printing that is standard that is located on the right side of the machine. If you have a scanner on the machine there will be a second network connection about 6 inch above the printer network connection. It sounds like you don't have the scan option.
• The home position is not correct
when the power is turned on or copying
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the connector terminals.
The km 2050 was on network, but moved to home and directly into tower system via usb interface connector. Printer works, but can not get scanner to work? read instructions without a clue. can someone help with correct proceedure?
The 2050 uses 2 network connections, one for the printer and one for the scanner.
Before I go into any great detail,
Do you have a home network? Are you using a switch?
Are you printing through the network connection or the USB/parallel port?
Are you trying to twain scan? Do you have the software CD for scanning.
If not, you will need to download the drivers from the Kyocera web site.