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Sounds like the scanner is using "keyboard wedge" data transfer where it places the data in the same buffer as the keyboard, hence if the keyboard is blocked, then the scanner will be blocked.

What you really need is the scanner to send it's data to something like the serial port or USB port.

Your program would make all of the input text boxes read-only and you would monitor the port for incoming data and populate the necessary text boxes.

Basically you want to get away from keyboard wedge and see if the scanner vendor provides a library to access the device via some USB port.

Good luck.
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