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Scanner problem scanner is set up to work but we are unable to scan with a message that comes up destination not on file - how do i correct this?

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  • mayor29 Jul 31, 2008

    I have a Ricoh oficio 1515, and it is working as a network printer, but I can not scan, I already install de driver but, it did not find it in the network.

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Go to C:\WINDOWS\twain_32\Ricoh_V3\NeoRC3E\ScanCTRL and open scnhosts with notepad. go to the bottom of this file and remove the (#), type in the IP address of the printer and just copy the remainig parts from the lines on top of this one. save the file and try again (the PC might need to be restarted).

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