Programming the STX Prefix
Scan the following barcodes in order (steps 1 through 6)
If you aren't able to scan them from your screen, print out the attached PDF on the bottom of this document.
NADAMOO BUR3105 2D Barcode Scanner.pdf
Alternately you can print the full user manual, or the pages specified from the manual that is also attached on the bottom of this document.
Step 1: Page 39
Step 2: Page 39
Step 3: Page 41
Step 4: Page 42
Step 5: Page 48
Step 6: Page 43
System Five Setup
Setting up your Barcode scanner in System Five is the last step. You must ensure that the device itself is properly configured with the STX prefix.
Open a command prompt.
Click the search button on the task bar (magnifying glass), Type CMD in the search field and click on open.
Scan a barcode to confirm the prefix is there.
You should see the characters highlighted in red.
If this still doesn’t work you can try the following:
There is an issue with Windows 10 where the new command prompt doesn't pass some key combinations by default.
To correct this you must open the command prompt in administrative mode and edit the properties.
1. Click the search button on the task bar (magnifying glass), Type CMD in the search field and click on Run as Administrator.
2. Right-click on the Command Prompt Icon, and select Properties from the menu.
3. Place a check mark in the box labelled “Use legacy console” and press OK.
4. click OK to close the command prompt
Now. Open System Five and open the Setup Wizard.
The Barcode Reader page in the Setup Wizard provides a method of using the actual device to input the configuration.
Assuming that your Barcode Scanner is properly configured, click [Read Barcode Scanner]
Scan any Barcode you have available and System Five will intercept the information from the scanner, fill in the Pre-Amble and the value of the Barcode you scanned.
Click [Save Settings] to complete the process.
The [Default Pre-Amble Setting] button can be used to reset to the System Five default settings.