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The DOS command net use lpt1: \\host\printer /persistent:yes claims to complete successfully. Thanks in... The same goes with software, technology changes quickly over time, serial and parallel ports for example have all but left the newest computers in place of a new connection. Somewhere I think that it says that "this behavior is by design". navigate here

After starting XP mode I click on USB on the top menu of the windows and select the USB printer, that is Dell AIO 810,4. Similar Threads 2000 will not print to LPT1 Joe, Sep 17, 2003, in forum: Microsoft Windows 2000 Printing Replies: 0 Views: 343 Joe Sep 17, 2003 Printing to LPT1 w/DOS program In XP I used the command: net use lpt1: \\servername\printername to capture the printer port. Now can you advise how to control or disable the PIN No.12 of Parallel Port through any command or software ? http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/LaserJet-Printing/Can-t-print-to-LPT1-from-a-command-prompt-WIN-XP/td-p/1391017

I think mapping local ports to a >> network share is some sort of security risk that they >> designed out of XP on purpose. > >Thanks for your reply, and If so the idle tool may help thought it has no effect while a program is executing (e.g. Try 378h.Try reserving IRQ7 and then IRQ5 (if 7 doesn't work) for legacy applications in cmos/bios setup, if it gives you that option.

Report • #11 vharidas December 30, 2011 at 23:15:44 Sorry.... Local name LPT1 Remote name \\FMHSc1\HthPsy01 Resource type Print Status OK # Opens 0 # Connections 2 The command completed successfully. Dec 21, 2003 Cannot print from DOS program , Jan 26, 2004, in forum: Microsoft Windows 2000 Printing Replies: 0 Views: 219 Jan 26, 2004 need to redirect USB printer to Since I have to have hard copies generated by both Windows and DOS applications the print option from both OS are reqired.

Cannot Print To LPT1: Discussion in 'Hardware' started by osmaidi, Jun 7, 2011. How do you print to it now? Following information are displayed In the LPT Port Menu :When the Printer is connected and switched on:PORT : LPT1PORT ADDRESS : 0378HLPT ONLINE : YESPAPER OUT : YESI/O ERROR : NOTIME why not try these out The parameter is incorrect.".

But when XP is loaded it is not printing. My batch files are pretty crude. > >> Usually when I deal with DOS stuff it's crappy, outdated, >> insurance software. I do wonder if there is another way of setting up LPT1:. It would have to be something that discriminates between MS Word (it works OK and I guess other Windows apps do also) and any form of DOS printing.

Kind regards, Davide Guolo -------------------------------------------------------------- Printfil - Windows Printing System for Applications http://www.guolo.com/printfil Odbc4All - Connection to ODBC Data Sources for any Application http://www.guolo.com/odbc4all -------------------------------------------------------------- Davide Guolo, Mar 15, 2005 https://forums.techguy.org/threads/cannot-print-to-lpt1.1001049/ Therefore as MS-DOS 6 requires direct port access, unlike modern operating systems, the IRQ assignments are not compatibleIn MS-DOS typing MSD will list hardware etcetera...Following is a standard x86 IRQ Table:IRQ Report • #34 IVO January 10, 2012 at 02:51:53 What you report sounds strange since on a system running Windows XP SP3 as host and DOS as guest with 1 GB FreeDOS to see if that can print something.

It's possible that your batch file > worked. http://optimisersonpc.com/cannot-print/cannot-print-emails-html.html Register Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Tech Support Forums Articles Archives Connect With Us Twitter Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. I > complained and the company finally got around to putting > that funcionality on the web. Confirm my guess about you relay in DOS on floppy only is right, i.e.

  • I'm quite sure if the business thought it was worthwhile to change the application plans would already be in hand to do it.
  • Then when the application prints to LPT1, the output is redirected by the Windows print spooler to the printer. (See also Cannot Map LPT1 on Windows XP/Vista.)Windows GDI or Host-Based PrintersSome
  • You must access virtual hard drives or virtual floppies only to get a decent performance.I can guide you to this target, I did it many times in the past, but I
  • Both the user and administrator are setup as administrators.
  • It would be in the best interest for the OP to start planning for the long term.
  • The 64bit of Window 7 using the virtual pc and xp mode is the challange.
  • Report • #36 IVO January 10, 2012 at 09:21:04 Hi paulsep,I am a lone bear but I admit sometime to have a mate is better.

When I go in under the user's login and print, we get an error and nothing prints. open interrupt / available or SCSI host adapter;— any devices configured to use IRQ 2 will actually be using IRQ 9IRQ 10 — The Interrupt is left open for the use Now you can run DOS inside the virtual environment while executing other applications in Windows. his comment is here Please....

Loading... There is some information missing here. This *used* to be a convenient way >to print files.

Thanks, Nick Hawthorn n dot hawthorn at auckland dot ac dot nz Nick Hawthorn, Mar 10, 2005 #1 Advertisements Davide Guolo Guest Dear Mr.

Was only unable to print from a Command prompt.Solved problem by giving that old 772C the 'heave ho' and replaced it with a new P2035 LaserJet which works like a charm! I used to DOS boot through CD or Floppy(in old machines) and login to NOVEL Server and for operating Windows, the Floppy or CD will be removed and let the system I tried adding the following lines to the end of c:\winnt\system32\autoexec.nt. Is there another setting> that needs to be setup?

Nick Hawthorn Guest I can print on an HP Laserjet 4200n printer from MS Word under Windows 2000. More About Us... Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. weblink Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?

More info and a free trial is available for download at our web site. Are you an administrator? the opposite what I think about. ECP/EPP rules the advanced LPT1 settings and sometime may affect printing of legacy applications.

EDIT: I'm sure some one is also going to suggest a USB to Parallel converter as a possible solution if the port is bad. Ugh osmaidi, Jun 8, 2011 #5 Snagglegaster Banned Joined: Sep 12, 2006 Messages: 1,906 The simplest answer here is that the parallel port on the new mainboard is defective. Thanks, but no thanks. Even while booting MS DOS, if printsceen button is pressed, the matter displayed on the screen used to print.

My System Specs OS Windows 7 pro 64 bit with XP Mode Tipiford View Public Profile Find More Posts by Tipiford 21 Dec 2011 #8 jimbo45 Linux CENTOS 7 / It ran without error. nivrip posted Nov 7, 2016 at 3:35 PM Highlight date ranges DécioC posted Nov 7, 2016 at 10:42 AM WCG Stats Monday 07 November 2016 WCG Stats posted Nov 7, 2016 Report • #24 IVO January 6, 2012 at 03:38:39 Please, may you explain your actual environment for DOS (Virtual PC, VirtualBox or whatelse)?

That however can unlikely improve performance for a DOS environment that usually performs reasonably fast even under open source Bochs emulator that interprets each binay instruction instead of just virtualizing peripherals.Are In the Win 7 XP Mode the I haven't figured out what to use for the servername and the printername. Report • #12 IVO December 31, 2011 at 02:17:20 Hmm... Just need to get the printing working.

Read my post (nr 3 ) in THIS thread Networking from Printer attached to Win XP PC to Win 7 Problem solved !!!! Report • #22 IVO January 4, 2012 at 07:25:23 You can easily run legacy DOS applications using DOS concurrently with 32/64 bit programs under Windows XP/Vista/7 in the same machine. The only thing > that I can think of to try is to use a HP LaserJet 4 > driver. Already printed fine from Windows XP.

I helped a team in US to setup a NOVEL virtual client, but I have no direct experience with Novel Netware. Paulsep.....Even when I load DOSIDLE, the dos applications are not working fast. This *used* to be a convenient way to print files.

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