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[Linrad] Re: PARALLEL PORT
- Subject: [Linrad] Re: PARALLEL PORT
- From: Jeremy Alexander <w7eme.org; jeremy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 7 Mar 2009 21:04:51 -0800 (PST)
Windows says it's enabled, Linrad says I'm missing inpout32.dll I have down loaded it but doesn't work whereever I put it. Linrad has my instruction for pport 888, but Linrad also is issuing error message about the missing dll file? Leif is done, won't even answer me, hi! I have spent thousands with those guys, but Linux is what they talk, so I must feel things elsewhere. Got any clues to my problems?
--- On Sat, 3/7/09, Stan W1LE <stanw1le@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> From: Stan W1LE <stanw1le@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: [Linrad] Re: PARALLEL PORT
> To: linrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Saturday, March 7, 2009, 4:28 PM
> Hello JA,
> 1. Are parallel ports enabled in the BIOS ?
> for Windows XP Pro, under:
> START >> Control Panel >> System >>
> Hardware >> Device Manager
> expand the Ports (Com and LPT) and see if LPT 1 is enabled
> and working.
> 2. If not, is the parallel port on the motherboard or on a
> plug in card
> like a PCI or a PCI-e ??
> add the new hardware and use the drivers provided with the
> parallel card. Or
> Load the motherboard drivers for the parallel card.
> After a LPT port is available and working under Device
> Under: Device manager >> expand Ports (Com and LPT)
> >> and select the
> available LPT port
> Then select or change under the PORT SETTINGS Tab, the LPT
> port needed,
> like LPT1
> Verify under Device Manager, under the LPT1 , General Tab,
> that the LPT1
> port is working and enabled.
> Start up LINRAD and enable the LPT1 WSE control during the
> initial set up.
> Stan, W1LE Cape Cod
> Jeremy Alexander wrote:
> > Aloha to all:
> > I need some help from a Windows person. How can I use
> device manager to assign my Parallel Port to Linrad. I works
> flawless on two of my computers, the third newest one I try
> is not working. I put in Delta 44 and Linrad under Windows
> XP. I can not see any differences in any of the settings in
> the three machines?
> > Can someone tell me how to talk to Windows about my
> PPort and make it talk to Linrad. Where do I go in Windows
> to do this?
> > OR is there an ISSUE with Linrad V 3.02???
> > Problem PC is 2.8GHz P4 and 2GB RAM, Windows XP.
> > 73 Jeremy w7eme
> > >
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