Is there anything to do on the Ricoh machine or on the XP machine in order to fax? Last edited by CptDobey; at The situation is bit complicated Is there somewhere an installation and setup document for the Lan Fax driver? I have a network printer define on that workstation connected to the same network name, and I can print on it. Thanks for the reply. I think will ask to a Ricoh Specialist to take a look at the machine, He knows what he is doing, I don’t Edit:
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Glad to hear it worked out for you. I have a network printer define on that workstation connected to the same network name, and I can print on it.
Is there anything to do on the Ricoh machine or on the XP machine in order to fax? I think will ask to a Ricoh Specialist to take a look at the machine, He knows what he is doing, I don’t Edit: That got changed some time ago, at least on the US site.
Anyway, when I try to fax a document nothing happens. In your post you did not mention which model machine you have.
Get the Android App. Sometimes that populates automatically, sometimes not. The time now is Details vBulletin Mods by vBSocial. Is there somewhere an installation and setup document for the Lan Fax driver? Thanks in advance for your help. It was quite a pain The issue is solved.
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The situation is bit complicated I’m from an IT department The only option that I can think of is where you can check “hard drive”. I installed the very latest version of Fax Lan 1.
The fax machine is km from my office. Thanks for your help.
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If you go to the Ricoh site and download the fax driver for your machine, you should get the right one. Are the default XP driver options correct?
Results 11 to 14 of In the past, you got ALL the fax drivers, and you needed to know which fax board you had: Hello, While googling to find a solution to my issue, I found this post Check this box if you know that your machine has a hard drive in it.
Last edited by CptDobey; at I’m using the machine netword name. It looks like you are setting it up right; just point it to a standard printer port like any print driver – there’s nothing magic to do. So, if I understand well, there is nothing to specify within the copier itself ricih enable lan fax, isn’t it?
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I never setup a Ricoh machine before today. I do know that using the wrong driver will result in just what you are getting – nothing. When I create the “port”, I used the network name of the copier.
Apparently you have to use the IP address instead.