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Re: CIPHERLAB 1000 (serial ) Driver for WinXP
You dont`t have a driver for serial comm.open hyper terminal on com port where is the scaner.read a code and you wilkl see the numbers on the screen.If you want to work with some windows programs change that barcode for usb or ps/2 variant.
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OK,you indicated COM1 serial port is working on the a Cipher scanner 711. Please check the communication setting on the Cipher scanner 711. The most popular setting are AUTO BAUD RATE or 9600 bps8 bitsN for no parity check and 1 for check bit. Short for as 9600 8 N 1 ===== Check the setting on the Cipher scanner 711 communication speed and make set the Cipherlab scanner 8001 to the same rate. MAKE SURE YOU RE-BOOT the Cipherlab scanner 8001 before re-try. Please keep me up to date on the fix via email.
Hi! I having solve for this Problem! But you must have WinXP driver for that and you must have an driver-Installation from WinXP!
Install E+48U driver under "unsecured modus" and evan whit:
you must copy the Folder from XP c:\windows\Twain_32\ePlus48U ....... copy to Win7 same phat .
plus: file wiatwain.ds same phat .
than: copy XP-> ausba4.dll to W7 c:\windows phat .
and: copy XP-> c:\scanpanel Folder to W7 same phat .
run IrvanView choice TwainSource -> e+48U
All under "unsecured modus"!
When you need help contact me!
Hi there, you may check the settings of your scanner software, go to start>programs and check the scan software utility and from there check the settings of the scanning page/are so that it would see those barcodes you need.. or may lighten the scan settings as well.
My guess is that the USB hub needs to be plugged in ... if for some reason the usb hub doesn't allow you to plug it in then you need to get one that you can plug in... because I believe the scanner is using more power that the usb port can power. Scanner usually need to be plugged directly into the computer or they need to be plugged into a powered hub.
The default setting for this scanner is EAN13 enabled. This means that all 12 character barcodes will be changed to 13 characters by adding a zero in front.
How to Disable:
Open the manual that came with the scanner (it's available to download on the Cipherlab web page if you don't have it).
Find the UPCA Parameters barcodes (currently page 29). The next heading down is Convert to EAN13. You will see the disable and enable barcodes.
1) Scan Enter Setup Barcode (on practically every page of the manual at the bottom). The scanner will beep 6 times.
2) Scan the Convert to EAN13 Disable barcode. The scanner will beep once.
3) Scan the Update barcode at the bottom of the same page.
Your scanner should now read both 12 and 13 character barcodes correctly.
I had to download two different drivers to get my AcerScan320U to work in Win2k (WinXP is easy, as the drivers are included with WinXP). MiraScanv3.42 does not work, but it has good drivers for getting the scanner properly recognized. After that, MiraScanv4.03u10_BQA from Benq will work, and installing it is point and click.
Specify the location of the older (V 3.42) drivers.
Select the file called EPP2K.
Check "Install one of the other drivers".
Select the Benq as shown in the next two images, and then select Next>.