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There's a communication error happening when transmitting changes from my SDW back office computer to the main register in our cafe.

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If you are using PClink, it is not Vista compatible as far as I know. Try it on an XP machine.
--------------------------------------------------------------- If anyone is looking for a Sharp XE-A401 manual, there is one here
http://the-checkout-tech.com/manuals/cashregisters/Sharp9.php ---------------------------------------------------------------

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