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Hello coreyog. I think I can help you with at least part of this. The "suffixing with an enter" you're describing is called a Carriage Return. If you go to your manual, you'll be able to find the Carriage Return enable and disable barcodes. Disabling the Carriage Return should fix that part at least.
As far as the digits not found in the barcode, there are about a thousand and one reasons it could be doing this. Generally, I suggest to my clients that they use the manual to reset the defaults of the scanner while plugged in to the problematic machine, after resetting, unplug the scanner and plug it back in. This should get windows to re-discover the device, as it were. This takes care of it about 75% of the time. I hope I've at least helped you get a start on fixing your scanner foibles. Good luck!
Normally I2of5 comes disabled as default in wavelink software.
You will need to enable it and if you are scanning barcodes of different legths, set both the maximum and minimum to 0 value. This will allow any length.
If you still have problems, get back in touch with me and send me a sample barcode as I have a verifier which will allow me to determine whether there may be a problem or not.
you should have a code book that came with the scanner, the code book allows you to program the scanner's options, the code book takes you step by step through the programming proccess. each option requires you to scan varios barcodes to "set" the various options
one of the options will be to set the barcodes you wish to use, this is set to avoid a misread (confusion between barcode standards)