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It seems parallel port headers, if they’re available at all, are only on micro ATX motherboards. I don’t remember off hand if they use Sunix, moschip or one of a few other chipsets, but they used to exist. There was a problem completing your request. I even have a customer who is still using a vintage with Windows 3. Originally Posted by LunarMist. Change one of these to match the address of the parallel port card in your machine. As is it’s power usage.

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Of course, I needed a legacy address to get my programmer to work or so I thought-more on that later. Psi Super Contributor Posts: Seriously, my motherboard has a serial port header even though serial ports are even more obsolete than parallel ports. Forum Community Tech Support Remapping parallel parsllel addresses. The site claims that these two units are identical and the drivers for the Belkin should work for the D-Link. I even tried editing the microcontroller software with a hex editor and replacing one of the standard addresses with the one Windows 7 assigned.

East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. I thought perhaps a VM might automatically do this, but my XP VM doesn’t even see the physical parallel port although it sees the motherboard’s serial port just fine because it’s a legacy address which XP can deal with.


I had hoped that a VM might make the parallel port accessible in such a way that the bit driver in the VM would be able to communicate with the parallel port controlled by Windows 7, but I guess this just isn’t possible.

Yes, it was easier to sell someone moscchip new PC, than replace a 24mth old receipt printer – go figure.

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A call to D-Link tech support was of little help! Remapping parallel port addresses This problem is related to my new pc but I wanted to start a new thread in case others are experiencing the same issues, rather than burying this deep mosschip the new pc thread.

Connects devices with a parallel port pol. A couple of quick suggestions: Now on pot search most likely in vain to see if someone hit upon a similar solution for the EMP See photos for more details.

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From what I can tell, you’re in the same position with the parallel port situation as what we had with OPOS. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. I’d have to agree that the Startech card is your best bet.


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Is there any software which would allow me to do this? If the Startech card turns out to be useless, I hope I don’t have a lot of trouble getting my money back.

I should not have wasted my time. I still think this problem can be solved in software but so far I’ve yet to come across a solution. Maybe Win7 will treat the above differently. Both are plug-and-play only which means non-legacy addresses.

Write a customer review. Of course, you’re stuck if you have a laptop. I recently found a reference to the Belkin F5U pwrallel a windows 2K compatibility site. Sadly they discontinued it and no alternative product exists. See all 3 reviews. I more or less solved all the other legacy issues associated with moving from my vintage box to the new one. I guess you could turn your Saleae into one of these too My favourite part of that page: