Question about Ricoh IS Office Equipment & Supplies
Please help me asap. It is because my work are being piled a lot.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Ricoh IS760D
go into your properties by right clicking on the icon or goto my computer, look for your printer and right click to find property setttings.. you should be able to adjust your colors from one of the tabs that appear..d
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
Unfortunately, the message indicates that the internal startup tests have failed. If this unit is just past the warranty period, I would contact the manufacturer anyway and complain. No unit should fail that close to the period conclusion especially with little to no use. It is possible that a brown-out may have damaged the internal logic. Only a service tech for the company could tell you that. The blinking lights are an indication of the problem found. Report that to the company as well.
Good luck. Keep us posted.
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
This scanner can be controlled by PixEdit so you may scan any amount of sheets. Even easy continue scanning to one document when not enough space in the ADF for the hold stack
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
SOURCE: I am trying to hook
Hi, I am steve, lets get you some help.
Your scanner only supports TWAIN and ISIS. Whilst you can use the scanner from Windows without any problem you can only control it from an application that supports TWAIN or ISIS.
As you have already discovered your application wants to use WIA - you cannot do this automatically. You may want to check whether your application supports either a TWAIN or an ISIS interface (I would expect it to). This is a long running issue with scanner devices.
You could use the Ricoh software and any TWAIN/ISIS enabled software to import the scans then upload the captured file into the application.
Sorry it can't be simpler than that.
Posted on Jan 17, 2011
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