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RE: [linrad] WSE converters and parallel port problems
I tried all kind of settings in my BIOS, but nothing changed :( will try a
pci parallel port next week.
> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: owner-linrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-
> linrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] Namens w3sz
> Verzonden: woensdag 8 december 2004 1:30
> Aan: linrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Onderwerp: Re: [linrad] WSE converters and parallel port problems
> Hi, Jurgen,
> I have not seen this behaviour. It might be a reflection of how the
> printer port is set up in the bios.
> Is it set as standard, or ECP, or EPP?
> Could it be a problem with the port address or the interrupt??
> I do not know, but am just making suggestions.
> Also, you might look for a Linux utility to test the parallel port...I
> don't know if one exists.
> Good luck.
> I am having parallel port control problems with another set of programs
> running under Windows, VHFLog and KMRover, and am being driven crazy by
> them. I have installed new addon ports, changed from PCI to ISA add on
> ports and back again, varied the Address and IRQ, and changed the port
> type all with no beneficial effect.
> So I know the pain you are feeling :(
> I am actually thinking of reiinstalling the O/S and if that doesn't work,
> getting another motherboard to try to solve my problem. Irregular printer
> port behaviour can be very frustrating.
> On Tue, 7 Dec 2004 22:08:44 +0100, Jurgen van de Glind <pe1lwt@xxxxxxxxx>
> > pe1lwt@xxxxxxxxx
> Roger Rehr