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Seems like you need to setup the communications protocol. You need to setup the type of communication that the device you are connected too if serial port then RS232 plus baud rate data bits parity etc.
The scanner is sending the data to the serial port. You need an application to pull that data in off of the COM port. You can test using HyperTerminal. The scanner defaults to 9600 baud, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity and no hardware or software handshaking. Point HyperTerminal to the correct COM port (most likely COM1) and set it to the settings I just listed. When you scan you should see the data show up in the window.
If you want the data to go into Notepad or any other program expecting keyboard strokes I would recommend the Motorola (formerly Symbol) USB cable CBA-U01-S07ZAR or the CBA-K01-S07PAR keyboard wedge cable.
the scanner turns on automatically as he he receives power from the host interface.
Please check the cables and connection.
For RS232 interface would you need an external power supply.
USB can power the scanner without external power supply.
By Keyboard Wedge installation please connnect also the Keyboard.
you can not change a qs6000 from ps2 to usb by just changing the cable. the interface inside the unit needs to support usb, to check this look at label with the serial number and if it says "I/F=KBW/RS" your our of luck, and can only use ps2 or rs232. if it says "I/F=UW" then you can just scan 3 barcode from the manual to set the interface to usb