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Kyocera FS-118MFP scanning software & drivers

Posted on 2009-08-12
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Hi Guys,

I've successfully installed the Kyocera FS-118MFP as a printer, but having trouble using it as a scanner.

Where can I download for free the scanner software/drivers for a winxp machine
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hey mate if you are in need of the drivers you can check out:(http://driverscollection.com/?file_cid=402321540722ca85b1bbb711fe0)

This should have all the required files for the installation of your printer/scanner, however it will probably not contain the original scanner software.  My experience is usually that software is garbage anyway, I would check out CNET Downloads for a freeware document scanner, if that was what you were looking for.  Any scanning program should be able to use the scanner driver included in the above link.
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Found answer shortly after posting the question.
However thanks for the fast response
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