On Sat, 27 Feb 1999, Larry Anderson wrote: > Larry Anderson wrote: > > > > Levente Hársfalvi wrote: > > > > > > Hi! > > > Try disabling ECP and/or EPP mode of your parallel port. After doing > > > that, it should work fine. > > > > > > Levente > > > > I Hope this is a BIOS setting, cause I don't have any docs on this board. > > -- > Nothing in BIOS, (I have a used 486/66) nothing on the card(except > port/interrupt jumpers), plugged a second IO card (to get a second LPT port) > and tried that, no go, re-wirewd a new cable, still nada... Man, I hate IBM clones! Isn't that all about port I/O-adresses; your first LPT-port must be in address 3BC (second in 378 and third in 278, if there are more than one port). In new pentium and some 486 machines the first port is 378 The former style is "PS/2"-style, if I remember right, and the latter "IBM"-style, or vice versa. =) Allthough in XT:s first port is normally 3BC, because it's located on monochrome adapter. So strange are these IBM-clones. You hate them, but you can't live without them. (quite as said in the game M.U.L.E. about that wonderful worktool, mule...) :-) Name: Jan Gröndahl Email: email@example.com GSM: 040-5631925 - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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