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    Re: Source for Ricoh N803-6701 4MB PCMCIA driver

    Quote Originally Posted by monarke4 View Post
    Does anyone have, or know where to find the driver for the Ricoh N803-6701 4MB PCMCIA card?

    I see now that it seems MTD-0002 is an error code.

    My search online has turned up several choices which were not the correct driver.

    Thanks

    Out of interest why are you spending some much time on a worthless machine of this age?
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    Re: Source for Ricoh N803-6701 4MB PCMCIA driver

    Quote Originally Posted by copier tech View Post

    Out of interest why are you spending some much time on a worthless machine of this age?
    It's the machine I use here for my business.

    I know that a fully featured MFP does everything and more without buying extra accessories, however I don't have the funds to plunk down a few thousand for a refurbished system.

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    Re: Source for Ricoh N803-6701 4MB PCMCIA driver

    What do you expect to gain by updating the firmware on this machine?

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    Re: Source for Ricoh N803-6701 4MB PCMCIA driver

    Quote Originally Posted by monarke4 View Post
    It's the machine I use here for my business.

    I know that a fully featured MFP does everything and more without buying extra accessories, however I don't have the funds to plunk down a few thousand for a refurbished system.
    You can buy a good quality used colour A4 desktop MFP for around 200.
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    Re: Source for Ricoh N803-6701 4MB PCMCIA driver

    Quote Originally Posted by anothertech View Post
    What do you expect to gain by updating the firmware on this machine?
    To make the 430322 NIC Fax Unit Type 510 hardware operate (which I already have), and will add:

    "Network capabilities (Color Scan to Email, Internet Fax, LAN Faxing, IP Faxing, Inbound Fax Routing) to FAX5510L."

    Mainly I would like to take advantage of the color scanning, and email fax ability.

    I have some very old musical instrument service manuals on 8.5" x 14" I want to scan, in color.

    At the times I have asked if a document can be scanned in another format besides .pdf I'm given a strange look and then the answer is NO.

    The 5510L is not a fast scanner which is an advantage in this case. It's feed through isn't apt to tear pages like a bend-and-fold-over document feeder.

    Unfortunately my Epson V750 Pro flatbed only scans up to 11".

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    Re: Source for Ricoh N803-6701 4MB PCMCIA driver

    Quote Originally Posted by slimslob View Post
    The 1.11 version is the latest version released and is more likely to support more computers and later Windows versions. 1.11 Demo is the only version that I have ever used.
    I tried version 1.11 and followed the instructions to a T. I made a list of all of the shown PCI slots in the Device List. Upon starting the program I selected 4 slots and chose to include PCI Slot #4. This is where the onboard PCMCIA card reader/writer resides.

    An error then popped up:

    Memory Card Explorer for Ricoh Version 1.11 has stopped working.

    mcev1,11crash2.jpg

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    Re: Source for Ricoh N803-6701 4MB PCMCIA driver

    Had a quick scout around ebay, there's a few machines around the $1k mark that would do alright for what you need.

    https://www.ebay.com/sch/109684/i.ht...=ricoh&_sop=15

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    Re: Source for Ricoh N803-6701 4MB PCMCIA driver

    Quote Originally Posted by TonerMunkeh View Post
    Had a quick scout around ebay, there's a few machines around the $1k mark that would do alright for what you need.

    https://www.ebay.com/sch/109684/i.ht...=ricoh&_sop=15

    Way cheaper than a grand..................
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    Re: Source for Ricoh N803-6701 4MB PCMCIA driver

    MCE required very old operating systems (yes, Windows 7 is just NT 6.3), but also required that the card adapter use memory blocks from a specific range. You'll be very lucky at this point to also find a laptop with a built-in PCMCIA reader that also meets the memory block assignments. Even an old ThinkPad T41 I have banging around in the shop wouldn't meet the expected memory range.

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    Re: Source for Ricoh N803-6701 4MB PCMCIA driver

    The laptop I used was a Compaq that I purchased on clearance at the PX on Fort Lewis Washington in October 2004.

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