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In the barcode is usually no order, which would say to the computer to change to new line or cell.
You would need to add an suffix to the barcode, check the manual for the procedure or use the following tutorial http://support.symbol.com/support/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=12295&sliceId=SAL_Public&dialogID=189588227&stateId=1%200%20189576907
Print Adobe pages 128 and 129 of 302 of the M2000 Series Product Reference Guide and scan the "Scan Options" "Data Suffix" and "Enter" barcodes. The scanner will give two beeps after the first barcode, two beeps after the second and a warble after the third programming (Enter) barcode.
it looks like the scanner lost the settings. As power is there, so connection is ok. The several (four) beeps after reading the barcode means communication error.
Please try to find the original sheet with configuration barcodes or download it from support.symbol.com website, you would need to scan the barcode for IBM PC/AT & IBM Compatibles from Keyboard Wedge Chapter.
What do you mean? you can only scan not more than 3 times? If that so,you need to change the setting of your scanner there was a limit numbers to scan. You can check by using the manual of that scanner.