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PSC USb POS Scanner

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Hi All

I have a PSC Magellan Scanner 1000i USb and can't seem to find how to
control it from a VB.net 2005 application

The serial version of it works fine but I can't load any of the USB drivers
into VB
There is no information on the PSC website

Has anybody had any experience with this type of hardware

Regards
Steve
Nov 8 '06 #1
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Hi Steve,

To program such type of hardwares, you have to get an SDK for it. The SDK
talks to the driver and controls the hardware. It will be very complicated
if you decide to program with only the driver yourself. You can try to
contact the hardware vendor for the SDK.

Kevin Yu
Microsoft Online Community Support

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