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Why change the drum, blade, developer ????? You had problems with print quality?? I think it was just spending money .... You have a network problem or machine firmware. To remove the doubts plug a laptop directly to the machine with a cable (Not necessary a croos cable). This may be a virus network or a broken swith.
Scan Router Professional software will not operate on Windows Vista computers at this time. It can install on Windows Server 2003.
There have been issues getting Scan Router software to work with Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or higher. While you might be able to install the software but some features may not work.
The best solution for now to get around this is to install an ftp server on your computer or server. servu.com has a free one that you can use.
Desktop Binder software will work with Windows XP Service Pack 2 as well as Vista. Make sure that Windows Firewall is turned off before using it. If your behind a router with a firewall on it, you shouldn't have it enabled.
Use the network scanner. It is easier for the users and is much better. Open the browser writes the IP hosts is then just create new users with their own folder paths (previously shared of course). If you do not have technical training i beliave it will not be easy for you to do it. Try the chat and ask for help from a specialist. I'd like to help but still can not chat
Sometimes this problem occures when you install a later model wireless router.
Try installing the latest Wireless card driver on the XP computer and the LAN card drivers on the other computers except the MAC.
It will not work to directly connect a network cable directly from the network port of the printer directly to your computer. You will have to use a cross-over cable and configure your TCP/IP settings manually. However, to utilize network printing and have internet access, you will want to get a router and connect your modem to the ethernet port of the router, then a network cable from pc to switch port on router, and a network cable from printer to a differnt switch port on router. Most consumer routers have a built in 4-port switch, so that should allow enough connections. You may want to consult a local IT company or Ricoh dealer for the rest of the setup. This will allow the framework for network printing and/or scanning.