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Scanner won't read the barcode

I hooked my scanner up to a laptop and now it won't read the barcodes. It beeps and flashes a red light. I have scanned the factory default settings and it still doesn' t work.

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You read the code base?
Try another computer, if it is the same, council liaison without base.Direct bluetooth.

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