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Scanning from Canon MF4100 multifunciton

Posted on 2007-11-23
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Hi,
I have a Canon MF 4100 multifunction printer connected via USB to my Windows SBS 2003 server. Printing is all fine, but when I try to scan I get a blank doc.  The scan happens in about a second (the scanner does nothing, but the scanning app, ScanGearMF, goes through the paces with progress bar etc).

Any suggestions?

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HI

Server 2003, SBS 2003 is not supported.

Robert Lundqvist
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by:knobbylowboy
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Understood.  but there's always a way around these things...
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by:dreamyguy
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Did it ever work?
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by:rolust
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Hi

Printer drivers often works but not scanning, fax etc

Robert Lundqvist
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What did the vendor say?
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