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Transfering to pc failed

I have PT630d, i had programmed the machine and the scanner is workin fine, i just have problem uploading or tranfering file to my pc..
doenst response at all. its seem cannot recognize the machine. i have 2 same machine and transfering properly..
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What OS are you on? Does'nt seem to work on Vista, even if their website states that it should..

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