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QS6000 Plus with USB programing question

Is programing a QS6000 different with the USB cable?
I have several QS6000 + with the keyboard cable and a book that works for them r44-1540 (rev K) 1999. The one with the USB cable works with barcodes but it adds 2 enters or something.
I tried using my book to reprogram. Return to factory just puts the following on the screen:
000
010
000
Set gives me:
000



end:
000
IS there a different book for one with a USB?
QS6000 Plus
CLASS:QS6-A100 I/F:UNIV USB PC(?)
DATE NOVEMBER 13, 2005 (or maybe 2006)









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The document below programs the QS6500 Plus Scanner

R44-2805A Rev C
Available from

http://www.scanning.datalogic.com/sitefiles/manuals.aspx

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