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Scx-4216 network scan not working

Am using XP

using usb cable.

everything work on the server include print and scan

but client computer only can print. Can't scan

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    not able to scan

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    I want a drivwe for scan samsung scx 4216

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The solution is using the software smarthur3 that come with the CD, then download smarthur4 on both server and client computer......


smarthur3 will run as network, and use smarthur4 to scan.

on client in smarthur4, under scan , then setting select the network name.

everything work now....

smarthur4 even have pdf format.

let me know if you still have problem.

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