Do not connect the adapter to your PC - just wait we will connect later. There is no selection called "Ports". Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Use Windows Live Register now! Several functions may not work. weblink
HXA - > SETUP - > wd. Posted by: Pack. However, "plug and play" did not recognize the printer, which leads me to think that there's something wrong with how I'm connecting the two. Serial Port Settings section and add this line. https://www.amazon.com/Dynex-Parallel-Converter-Cable-DX-UBPC/dp/B000FPM5HQ
The price on reurned items were discounted based on age of return. Sorry, I couldn't find anything specifically to this adapter. Once installed, it did not seem to work well with interrupts.
Sign in to continue to Docs Enter your email Find my account Sign in with a different account Create account One Google Account for everything Google About Google Privacy Terms Help Usb-parallel Printer Cable When setting the port for the printer, instead of LPT1, the adapter will usually show up as "USB Printer" depending on the brand of the adapter. This product is a Best Buy Brand. Also, using XP, most USB -> Parallel devices can just be setup on port "USB001" under the printer driver's Port selections.
Sends print jobs from USB-only computers to parallel printers Data. Posted by: Engineer. anyone remember this... Jump to content FacebookTwitter Geeks to Go Forum Hardware Hardware, Components and Peripherals Welcome to Geeks to Go - Register now for FREE Geeks To Go is a helpful hub, where
Register now to gain access to all of our features, it's FREE and only takes one minute. http://freedesktopwallpapersite.com/dynex-usb/dynex-usb-parallel-converter-driver.php All rights are reserved. Select that one and click OK.See if you can print now. 0 #9 DarcyMae Posted 01 October 2005 - 11:39 AM DarcyMae New Member Topic Starter Member 5 posts I can The troubleshooter gives up on me after I note that I've installed the drivers. 0 #4 NullWolf Posted 01 October 2005 - 11:09 AM NullWolf Member Member 225 posts Its probably
Windows - > PL2. For best results, please make sure your browser is accepting cookies. Windows XP still supports the hardware and I had no trouble loading the drivers. check over here For drivers, firmware, or.
Lets double-check. I would buy a better quality USB to serial. OS. 8 out of 8 found this review helpful.
After it installs, you will have to re- boot and now all should work great. Net. What is worse is that there is no documentation about compatability. See if it lists LPT1. (Many USB -> Parallel devices will default to another port, ex.
I purchased a USB to parallel converter cable to attach the two since the printer uses parallel. Engineer from: Wisconsin on This product was a bit difficult to install because the brand did not seem to match what the package said they were. I found the USB001 and things looked a bit more promising for a bit. this content Posted by: Ja. 2theson from: VA on I would only recommend this product if you are not using a 6.
Here are my options: Batteries Computer Disk Drives Discplay adapter DVD/CD ROM drives Human interface devices IDE ATA/ATAPIcontrollers Keyboards Mice Modems New Adapter PCMIA Adapter Processors Sound, video, & game controllers Works on XP Home. USB to VGA converter solutions. I have a very similar problem to this very old topic.
At least I know I'm not going bananas! I can only assume the other returns were for the same reason, the drivers did not work with Vista. Hi Bob. I purchased this cable, hooked it up, the driver loaded automatically, and bam, I was connected to my switch.