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||Posted - 05/27/2009 : 14:23:15
Just got a dual power, and cannot follow instructions as there are NO PORTS in my device manager to click on. I have no serial or printer ports currently defined on this computer. I installed the USB driver and restarted, but nothing. Plugging the programmer into the USB port shows power, but I get no "new hardware found" and cannot talk to the programmer.
Please help this newbie!
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||Posted - 05/29/2009 : 09:25:10
The software works with WIN95, WIN98, Win2000, WinXp and LPT port only.
The programmer does not work with USB port. regardless of windows type.
||Posted - 05/27/2009 : 19:23:52
Thanks...I'll break out the WIN98 machine.
Does it work with WIN95? I have several laptops with WIN95 and an LPT port?
||Posted - 05/27/2009 : 16:40:37
The parallel programmer does not work with USB-Parallel adapter. I only works on LPT port of a computer directly.
If you only have USB port, then you can go GQ-3X or GQ-4X.
||Posted - 05/27/2009 : 15:54:34
...To add to the confusion, The driver for the system is called a USB to SERIAL driver, yet the instructions say to connect the 25 pin port to the printer port??? Since I have no printer ports, I am using a USB to Parallel adapter. Should I be using a USB to serial adapter and plug that into the 25 pin port? OR... does the USB port do it all?? When I plug in the USB and Parallel ports, I get all three LED's on. When just the USB OR just the parallel port adapter, I get the yellow LED only.