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Parallel PCMCIA Card SPP/ECP/EPP  LPT Port True Printer Port CardBus

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Parallel PCMCIA Card SPP/ECP/EPP LPT Port True Printer Port CardBus

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Regular Price: $119.98

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Parallel PCMCIA Card SPP/ECP/EPP LPT Port True Printer Port CardBus

Parallel I/O CardBus PC Card for Printer Port

Certified Windows XP and Vista Drivers Included on CD!
  • This is the only parallel port card that acts as a True Built-in Printer Port supporting all transport settings SPP/ECP/EPP so it will work with ANY LPT device! Supports 1-Printer LPT Port over CardBus Slot of Notebooks
  • Supports PC Card 32-bit CardBus Type-II Slot
  • One IEEE 1284 SPP/ECP/EPP Parallel Port
  • 32-bit CardBus PIO Mode with 133MB/S Bandwidth
  • CardBus IRQ Sharing Feature Eliminates IRQ Conflicts
  • Provide one DB25-Female External Connector
  • Works with major types of Parallel I/O peripherals
  • Parallel port card supports Windows XP, Win2000, 2003 and Linux Parallel PCMCIA Card fully supports the IEEE 1284 EPP standard and functions exactly like a computer\'s native parallel port. Thus, unlike many USB to Parallel converters on the market (which are designed to work only with parallel printers), the Parallel PCMCIA Card will work seamlessly with any hardware or software that requires either an EPP or standard parallel port. Many licensed software packages require keys Software Dongle, USB dongle Printer port software key adapter(dongles) in order to operate. However, many of today\'s laptops do not have built-in parallel ports. A PCMCIA card such as PCMCIA-LPT-1 that functions exactly like a native bi-directional parallel port solves this problem and enables the software keys to be used. pcmcia printer port cardbus LPT printer db-25 port TECH Tips: How to Change Printer Port Number? How To make card compatible with older devices? How to assign IRQ for PCMCIA LPT port? ---------------------- For Windows Xp Users ------------ OX12PCI840 PCi Parallel Port XP Certified Drivers pot settings option from device manager left click on ox12pci1240 under Ports Try to use an Interrupt (selection ) Enable Legacy plug and play detection select desired LPT port (using selection scroll area) LPT1/378H=888, LPT2/278H=632 or LPT3/3BCH=956 -----------------------------------------------------------

    windows drivers

  • Drivers for PCMCIA Serial Cards and Express Serial Cards
  • Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows 98SE Windows ME Windows NT4.0 Windows 2003 Windows Vista 32-bit Windows Vista 64-bit Windows XP Windows XP 64-bit

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