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Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! Some applications from Intuit have been observed to do this. 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 Reply 0 0 Shane_R Associate Dean Posts: 7,948 Member Since: â€Ž11-28-2011 Message 2 of 9 (1,334 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Can't print an old DOS program Options Mark http://fortecrm.net/cannot-print/cannot-print-from-aol-9-6.html
Thanks a lot for solving my problems... The DOS command net use lpt1: \\host\printer /persistent:yes claims to complete successfully. They were also known as Escape Sequences, or Emulation. Nick Hawthorn, > >> copy file lpt1: >> says that 1 file was copied. https://kb.cadzow.com.au:444/cadzow/details.aspx?ID=1268
Availability The print command is an external command that is available in the below Microsoft operating systems. Now I disabled the PIN 12 physically of Parallel Port Cable (when the MSD is run in DOS mode, it display PAPER OUT : YES even when the printer is on Report • #2 IVO December 26, 2011 at 08:20:08 Stated I find quite amazing you operate an i3 processor under native DOS instead of running these legacy applications inside a virtual
More info and a free trial is available for download at our web site. Whichever way I do it from DOS (copy file lpt1 or type file > lpt1 or print /d:\\FMHSc1\HthPsy01 p:\file), files are spooled and appear in the printer queue for a little Everything seems to work except the actual >printing. Print was first introduced in MS-DOS 2.0 as print.com and later was changed to print.exe in MS-DOS 5.0 and all later versions of MS-DOS and Windows.
Perhaps initialization by user jobs has been disabled at the printer -- or something -- I am just guessing. Paulsep.... Anyway, once that command is run on the client machine you can map lptx: to any network share you want like before. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/259939 That might solve the problem.
Since I have to have hard copies generated by both Windows and DOS applications the print option from both OS are reqired. I admit to rather liking DOS. If you read this KB >> article it has some advice: http://support.microsoft.com/? >> kbid=314499. Try using an alternate driver.
I think mapping local ports to a network share is some sort of security risk that they designed out of XP on purpose. http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Inkjet-Printing/Can-t-print-an-old-DOS-program/td-p/1871655 Report • #39 vharidas January 31, 2012 at 22:40:17 Dear Mr. YesNo Feedback E-mail Share Print Search Recently added pages View all recent updates Useful links About Computer Hope Site Map Forum Contact Us How to Help Top 10 pages Follow us It is me who is choosing to use very old software.
Report • #15 vharidas January 2, 2012 at 22:06:22 Instead, on request whether Intel can do anything by updating the BIOS ? check over here 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, 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. Default=8 with range of 1 to 255. /q:qsize Maximum number of files allowed in print queue.
It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). Please email firstname.lastname@example.org Skip to Main Content Search Help Tips Dictionary History Forums Contact You are here: Help > MS-DOS Microsoft DOS print command About print Availability Print syntax Print examples Create a "local" HP LaserJet 4 printer printing to the LPT1: port that we just successfully mapped. http://fortecrm.net/cannot-print/cannot-print-from-aol.html In reality, the main problem is that more and more Windows printers nowadays (especially the cheaper all-in-one printers) are GDI printers (also know as Windows-Only or host-based), so, even though they
I'll leave this problem for a little while. With thanks, Nick Hawthorn Nick Hawthorn, Mar 17, 2005 #4 Steve Bill Guest Here is my quite simplistic batch file: C:\devcon\i386\devcon.exe disable *PNP0401 net use lpt1: \\server\hp2100_3rd /persistent:yes exit I Any help appreciated!
echo Latest > c:\latest.txt c:\misc\devcon\i386\devcon disable *PNP0401 net use lpt1: /delete net use lpt1: \\FMHSc1\HthPsy01 /persistent:yes The first line showed that the file was executed, by creating latest.txt.
I found tools to manipulate parallel port pins status, either for DOS and XP, but they seem unable to deactivate pin #12 level (related to Port Status Register). If you think you have received a fake HP Support message, please report it to us by clicking on the blue â€śReport Inappropriate Contentâ€ť button above the message. Sign up now! http://fortecrm.net/cannot-print/cannot-print-only-pdf.html It does not contain the ESC/P or ESC/P2 codes to control pitch changes (such as 10 pitch, 12 pitch, condensed etc) that are mostly used by MS-DOS applications.
It may be necessary to reboot before the changes take effect.Note, enabling an interrupt for the parallel port may prevent other devices working. Report • #44 IVO February 4, 2012 at 09:56:35 As I said the problem you are facing is not easy to solve mainly because the plague is still obscure. Watching the printer menu, the file >> does appear while it is being copied, but then just vanishes. >> Nothing gets printed. > >you may want to have a look at Report • Related Solutions› Batch File: works under cmd-Windows , NOT under MS-DOS › [Solved] MS DOS 6.22 in modern PCs powered by i3 etc., and large HDD › sata controllers
Report • #7 vharidas December 28, 2011 at 03:03:27 Yes, i3 processor is running native MS Dos only. Can you advise me how to resolve this issue ? Nowadays, many laser and inkjet printers have powerful features but cannot print simple text accurately. Report • #35 paulsep January 10, 2012 at 07:46:31 vharidasIf the virtual machine is running in DOS, I guess, when you start the TaskManager at the host computer, not in the
PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows 2000 > Microsoft Windows 2000 Printing > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Report • #41 vharidas February 2, 2012 at 22:05:16 My exact problem is as I reported earlier, I have to work on both platforms, i.e MS DOS and Windows since we It wasn't set up to run at login or anything. IVO and Mr.
This way it is very likely you can workaround the trouble of LPT port since the parallel port is now managed by the host operating system not directly by DOS. do not send me .exe suffixed, change as .ex_ if needed.If you fear for privacy/sensitive data, trust in me like a undressed woman in front of her medical doctor: after all No, create an account now. This *used* to be a convenient way to print files.
More About Us... IRQ 7 is assigned to LPT1. 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 • #27 paulsep January 6, 2012 at 09:27:45 When the network card gets initialized as expected in the virtual machine, you have to load the Novell Client files for DOS.There
Even while booting MS DOS, if printsceen button is pressed, the matter displayed on the screen used to print. Ltd. I was able to solve this problem with a batch file with the following line in it: C:\devcon\i386\devcon.exe disable *PNP0401 The other lines map the Lptx: ports to various printer shares. Report • #46 IVO February 6, 2012 at 14:46:59 You will receive a private message from me with my e-mail, this to short the delay between our countries that makes these