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Your machine will show 100% and that is correct. It doesn't mean memory full, but rather the amount of memory that is still available. Once you scan a document you will see the memory drop down to 99% or even lower depending on the size of the scan. If you don't see this happening than you are not scanning. Other than that your scan will either go to a folder on your PC or straight to your email. All you need to do is locate the folder it saves your scan in (usually created in your C: drive) or check your email folders including your Spam/Junk mail folders.
There are a few ways, such as configuring "SMB", "Scan to "Email" and/or installing "Scanrouter", but they are too involved to explain here. The other is the "Network Twain Scanner" which, once installed, you can use a program such as "photoshop" , or many other photo editing softwares to scan. Simply open the program, click "file", "Import" and you should see the scanner as an option, make your settings, and go. You can get the software here. Just select your operating system. It will need to be installed on each PC: