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Dis away! It is compatible with all Windows versions (from Windows 95 up to Windows 8).You can download it free fromhttp://www.dosprn.com Reply 0 0 « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » 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. But, lpt1: still didn't work. Check This Out

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. Hello and welcome to PC Review. The Solution Here is where Printfil comes in help. If this does not work you have 2 options: (1) have your dos program print to a file, and use the Monitored Printing function of DOS Printer. (2) check out What https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/259939

Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. Thanks very much for your help, Nick Hawthorn nhn at hpc2 dot auckland dot ac dot nz Nick Hawthorn, Mar 21, 2005 #6 Steve Bill Guest I'm thinking that your Any help much appreciated. Can you advise me how to resolve this issue ?

Also you may need to change the port address there. On these systems DOS Printer creates a special desktop shortcut which configures the freeware prn2file.com program to work with DOS Printer and then runs your DOS Program. Paulsep.... 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

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. This technique requires the local system to have a network card, but if there isn't a physical network card you can install the MS Loopback Adaptor which allows a “dummy” network The Windows program creates a GDI (Graphical Device Interface) print job making use of the Windows printer driver. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/120023-45-print-programs The above to be sure the problem is really restricted to applications and not due to the parallel port malfunction.

If you think you have received a fake HP Support message, please report it to us by clicking on the blue “Report Inappropriate Content” button above the message. It's possible that your batch file > worked. When loading DOSIDLE in the virtual DOS machine, the cpu utilization immediately gets to a normal state. You can print from your DOS Program now !

I do wonder if the problem is at the printer end. http://www.computing.net/answers/dos/not-printing-ms-dos-applications/17830.html This relies on the application to render the dots to form letters and images. Sign up now! Create a "local" HP LaserJet 4 printer printing to > the LPT1: port that we just successfully mapped.

in the same systems we recently bought Report • #21 Jolicloud January 4, 2012 at 05:52:25 http://www.nixsys.com/products/acce...I have researched further and it would appear that Intel, since dropping W98 support from his comment is here Anyway I can try to solve your network card issue, but this needs a bit of time/research to me. The guest OS will see the physical NIC as one of the two above mentioned, regardless the actual NIC type.So the correct driver to load must be DC21X4.COM and to catch Report • #23 vharidas January 5, 2012 at 20:27:20 Thank you....

Did you use NET USE or something else, to map Lptx: >ports to printer shares? > >> Make sure you complain loudly and often to the software >> vendor or supplier Report • #42 IVO February 3, 2012 at 02:32:36 Well, I understand you have to print both in plain DOS and Win XP, but from your original post it seems you Note that if your printer can accept text stream type input, you may only need to capture the port like this and redirect it to your printer - you may not http://dekovsoft.com/cannot-print/cannot-print-rx-data.html Nick Hawthorn, > >> copy file lpt1: >> says that 1 file was copied.

Kind regards, Davide Guolo -------------------------------------------------------------- Printfil - Windows Printing System for Applications http://www.guolo.com/printfil Odbc4All - Connection to ODBC Data Sources for any Application http://www.guolo.com/odbc4all -------------------------------------------------------------- Davide Guolo, Mar 15, 2005 Please email webguru@cadzow.com.au An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. The problem is that most modern printers need a wmf (windows metafile) as their input, and they will not accept simple DOS text. 3.

Report • #3 DAVEINCAPS December 26, 2011 at 15:27:59 Probably just ID the port as EPP in cmos/bios setup.

If so I guess it is a virtual network card driver issue and that may be solved, almost I hope. Anyway to contact a member you have to click his/her nickname then follow the instructions.Be aware you need to send me the images of floppies/CD you use to operate DOS. Report • Start a discussion Ask Your QuestionEnter more details...Thousands of users waiting to help!Ask now Weekly Poll Do you like the new Uber app? If you read this KB >> article it has some advice: http://support.microsoft.com/? >> kbid=314499.

Looks OK, doesn't it? Watching the printer menu, the file > does appear while it is being copied, but then just vanishes. > Nothing gets printed. If you read this KB > article it has some advice: http://support.microsoft.com/? > kbid=314499. navigate here IVO and Mr.

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 Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Watching the printer menu, the file does appear while it is being copied, but then just vanishes. 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