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Can't scan label..... i've got some labels in 128 code... when i scan more than 2 times the scanner gets blocked.... so the keyboard too

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You can contact them directly at either link: http://www.datalogic.com/ http://www.scanning.datalogic.com/html/contact.htm They'll have your answer.

Posted on Sep 11, 2007

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    Easiest thing to do is "turn on" the logging function and send a report into service. They'll be able to tell you why.

    "Log file" in the last part of your manual.

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