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Report • #33 vharidas January 9, 2012 at 20:26:49 Mr.IVO and Mr.Paulsep .... Once you have entered the proper credentials you will receive a reply stating the command completed successfully. If I can't fix the one I have I will have to replace it. Reply 0 0 dansdaduk Distinguished Professor Posts: 2,638 Member Since: 05-27-2010 Message 7 of 9 (1,305 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Can't print an old DOS program Options Mark as New navigate here
The above to be sure the problem is really restricted to applications and not due to the parallel port malfunction. Download Windows XP Mode http://www.microsoft.com/windows/virtual-pc/download.aspx Before we start on the configuration of the Windows XP Mode virtual machine, we will need to be sure that the Windows 7 client system is If you can print from Edit but not from the application, that application is probably accessing the printer in ways pcAnywhere cannot monitor. This printer is using the Lexmark’s Universal printer driver.
While pressing Test Printer menu on Utilities, a message "ERROR WRITING BAD FILE NUMBER" is appearing. Here a site that offers a download of the package for $ 2.99 http://members.driverguide.com/driv...Unfortunately I have on hand the TCP/IP packet driver only i.e. Solution Before you begin: Unlike Windows-based applications, DOS-based programs may access the printer by whatever means the programmer chose. http://www.printfil.com/english.htm 0Votes Share Flag Back to Software Forum 6 total posts (Page 1 of 1) Search Software Forums Software · 43,584 discussions Open Source · 249 discussions Web Development ·
Thank you Report • #26 IVO January 6, 2012 at 04:02:44 Please, contact me via a private message including your e-mail address since I may have to send you some executables It is the CMD (command) environment. It may be necessary to reboot before the changes take effect.Note, enabling an interrupt for the parallel port may prevent other devices working. The ultimate chance would be to flash the BIOS downloading the latest one from Intel DH61 website.Sorry if I wasted your time, but this is the best I can suggest about
Report • #37 paulsep January 10, 2012 at 09:34:01 The point is, when a program is running but not constantly used, the program is in idle state. I have many legacy programs running this way on modern motherboards and satisfaction is absolute. Report • #5 IVO December 27, 2011 at 06:44:25 Please, confirm the following info1) Your PC with i3 processor is running native MS DOS;2) Wordstar and Lotus have been correctly installed https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/7/2010/11/30/enabling-printing-for-dos-applications-within-windows-xp-mode-vm-on-windows-7/ If you made any changes to the System properties you will be required to reboot the computer for the changes to take effect.
FreeDOS to see if that can print something. it is really working on a stand alone machine. You will probably need to share your local USB printer, and then map it to an LPT port using NET USE (which is most likely what you did with XP). Click OK.
The bottom line is: as Printfil is a true Windows program, if any other Windows program (say Ms-Word or Internet Explorer) can correctly print to your printer, then your DOS program http://fortecrm.net/cannot-print/cannot-print-through-vpn.html The Printers window appears. Troubleshooting (this is done at the Host) If you cannot print from a DOS-based application, try to print from the DOS Edit program. ECP/EPP rules the advanced LPT1 settings and sometime may affect printing of legacy applications.
I have a local printer only I use, a Brother Laserjet, USB connection. This kind of "image" is then sent to the destination printer by the Windows Printing System, which is committed to care about the queues, addressing the right hardware printer port (USB001, To examine or change these settings Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Printers. his comment is here On this subject I am investigating further since I have a good knowledge of RS-232 serial port but just a raw know-how about the parallel one.As a try, obvious but to
This relies on the application to render the dots to form letters and images. If this is not adequate, use another printer.See also Cadzow Accounting Software for MS-DOS: Printer Specifications.LPT1 Hijacked By Another ApplicationIf an application has installed a printer device and set it to Report • #3 DAVEINCAPS December 26, 2011 at 15:27:59 Probably just ID the port as EPP in cmos/bios setup.
Any existing printer assigned to LPT1 or PRN will do; however, you may need to reconfigure the port properties of that printer.
Report • #12 IVO December 31, 2011 at 02:17:20 Hmm... First Time Here? Check each printer on the system to ensure it is set to an appropriate port.Parallel Port SettingsWindows NT/2000 and above do not need to use an interrupt for the parallel port By abi · 6 years ago I'm not terribly techy, so forgive the verbage should I use it poorly, or fail to use it at all.
I am using only floppy or CD to access DOS. Report • #20 vharidas January 4, 2012 at 03:19:40 It is very very important for me to use Dos as well as other OS like XP,win7 etc. I bought one computer, configured it over night and sent with DHL to my wife the next day. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Try this app by The 'G-Man.' · 6 weblink by TobiF · 6 years ago In reply to Share As I've read somewhere else, some older programs may not work in Win7, unless they're run within the virtual XP machine,
All rights reserved.Information and prices contained in this website may change without notice. no access to the hard drive managed by XP.Ivo Luigi BertaniMilano - Italy (EU) Report • #45 vharidas February 5, 2012 at 20:42:45 I have many machines with the same board Reply 0 0 Andy_Sp Honor Student Posts: 3 Member Since: 09-20-2012 Message 5 of 9 (1,311 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Can't print an old DOS program Options Mark as New Due to this limitation, Symantec is unable to provide technical support related to problems printing remotely from DOS-based programs.
It is more likely that something is wrong with the printer configuration or that the printer port is inaccessible.