FYI

The scan to Media Option is not really needed in order to scan to a thumb drive. All this option amounts too is a fancy USB / SD Extention Cord. All you have to do to enable the feature is go into service mode / scanner / SP-1-013-001 and set it to a 1. Now you can plug your thumb drive into one of the USB ports on the back left of the machine and use the feature. If you really want to get fancy you can go to the store any buy a USB Media extention cord for about $10 and velcro it to the side of the machine. Sure beats spending the $160 for the option. Hope this helps someone out.
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What am I missing here??? Are you referring to the square USB printer port? Wouldn't that necessitate a cable to accomodate the conventional USB Flash Drive?
Have you tried this on machines that don't have the Scan to Media Option such as the B&W models?
Ok, disregard my last post. I was looking at a C2500. Went to look at a C2550 and saw the USB ports...hadn't noticed them before.
Great information. Stuff like this is why this site is so great...all the stuff that Ricoh won't tell us.

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