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Yes, DataWedge should work with this scanner. You can download the latest version here.

To install DataWedge so that it is launched automatically after a cold boot, do the following:
  1. Unzip the DataWedge download package into a temporary folder on your PC
  2. If installing on a Pocket PC device, copy "BinPPCDataWedge.exe" from your PC to the Application folder on the device
  3. If installing on a Windows CE device, copy "BinWCEDataWedge.exe" from your PC to the Application folder on the device
  4. Copy "ApplicationDataWedge.cpy" from your PC to the Application folder on the device
  5. Copy "ApplicationStartupDataWedge.run" from your PC to the ApplicationStartup folder on the device
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Why Motorola thought interrupt sharing for two commonly used hardware devices is a good idea, I'll never know.

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