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The answer you gave me was if I had XP, but I have Vista, is there a link for vista the will help me with my Code 39 problem, I'm no Tech, unfortunately.
The XP fix is the same for Vista
Click the start button, type Regedit, Registry Editor should appear on the program menu above, Right Click Registry Editor, Click RUN as ADMINISTRATOR
Once registry editor opens, navigate to the key indicated in the XP article and Delete the listings for upper filters and lower filters (There may be only one listing and only remove the filters from that one key)
The close registry editor, and reboot the system
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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