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Desktop is connected with a Lexmark X 4270 printer with USB cable and the... 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 And you might try just using the PRINT command and see what happens.Are you using a USB keyboard? I am sure this is the right way to follow and if it will be true your workstations may become more friendly to operate with no more booting from floppy/CD.This doesn't have a peek at this web-site

Remote Assistance Build-in Remote Assistance support so that you doesn't need any third-pary utility for the Remote assistance. Can you give any advise to improve the speed please ? Report • #38 vharidas January 30, 2012 at 00:09:13 Even when I load DOSIDLE, the dos applications are not working fast. The job redirection works even if a printer is physically connected to the captured port.

They came with a password to view which is understandable, but printing is restricted. IVO and Mr. The other action requires MS Virtual PC 2007 (the actual release that superseded previous 2004); VPC 2007 can enable "hardware virtualization assist" on up to date Intel processors like the one The guest OS will see the physical NIC as one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 • #13 vharidas January 2, 2012 at 01:34:22 Still my problem is not solved Report • #14 Jolicloud January 2, 2012 at 03:40:00 Looking through the specifications of the Intel Open a command prompt from the Start menu by clicking on All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt. 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. Other Products Know More For Our other Products & works ©Copyright Bhaktee Software Pvt.

Windows XP and earlier syntax print /d:device /b:size /u:ticks1 /m:ticks2 /s:ticks3 /q:size /t drive:\path\ filename /c /p Options: /d:device Name of printer device Printer Ports: LPT1, LPT2 orLPT3 Serial Ports: Com1, Since I have to have hard copies generated by both Windows and DOS applications the print option from both OS are reqired. Default=512 with range of 512 to 16384. /u:ticks1 Maximum number of clock ticks PRINT is to wait for a printer to become available. But everything is working fine in Win XP.

If so try PS/2.Did you remove a lot of the ram to see if that helps?Assuming it's the newer hardware that's the problem, you can always get an older PC to This utility helps to convert your USB Printer to DOS Printer, by giving gateway to the USB printer from 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. The system will print fine from Windows apps to the LPT1 port but will not print from the command prompt or DOS apps to the LPT1 port.

If you made any changes to the System properties you will be required to reboot the computer for the changes to take effect. Problems getting network printer to print from dos How to print DOS mode at USB port DOS-based program to HP Laserjet 5N print job How can i Print dos windows xp I am not accessing the hard drive managed by XP.. Any ideas?>> Thanx in advance.

Any ideas?Is it possible that the W2K PC did not have all the SP applied ?What happens if you simply try to "DIR > LPT1:" ?Kind regards,Davide Guolo--------------------------------------------------------------Printfil - Windows Printing http://webjak.net/unable-to/unable-to-create-print-job-windows-10.html For example, I load a file in DOS EDIT, go to File,Print, Print to LPT1, and it acts as if it printed but the printer doesn't respond. Place a check in the box next to Share this printer, as well as enter a Share Name for the printer. Report • #7 vharidas December 28, 2011 at 03:03:27 Yes, i3 processor is running native MS Dos only.

How do I print a document, picture, or another file? Default=10 with range of 1 to 255. /t Removes files from the print queue. Please walk through the steps listed in the below external web page. http://webjak.net/unable-to/unable-to-print-anything-windows-xp.html It worked fine from>> the 2k PC.

As I informed it is working but it is very very slow even though it is connected at a speed of 100 MBPS. Net share http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb490712.aspx Now at this point the Windows 7 client has been configured correctly and the printer is available for the DOS application to use. Report • #34 IVO January 10, 2012 at 02:51:53 What you report sounds strange since on a system running Windows XP SP3 as host and DOS as guest with 1 GB

Note: If you need to print an e-mail, picture, document, or other file that cannot be opened from a command line you must print from the program that opens the file.

Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar View New Content The Elder Geek on Windows Forums Members Calendar We will need to create a re-direction of the local LPTx port to the shared network printer on the Windows 7 client. 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 read the full Review Here’s what 3d2f.com editors are saying about DOSPRN: "........

Discussion Boards Open Menu Discussion Boards Open Menu Welcome to the Forum! It worked fine from> the 2k PC. There may information in this document which could help:http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/bud09005If that doesn't help, are there any error message at all? 007OHMSSI was a support engineer for HP.If the advice resolved the situation, have a peek here We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks.

This is a sad but not unexpected outcome, seeing the last commercial IBM PC-DOS was released 12 years ago... It doesn't allow me to send a print job. DOS2USB powered the DOS application to print on USB Printer with native language support also; For that the DOS Code Page of the selected languae need to be installed and must See our print definition for further information and related links on this term.

Now can you advise how to control or disable the PIN No.12 of Parallel Port through any command or software ? General Discussion Unable to print from XP modeHi All, I have an old printer (Brother 1430) attached to my new PC running windows 7 via the LPT1 port. you can run.Mas sabe el Diablo por viejo, que por Diablo... solved unable to install OS on Free DOS solved I have a dos program that I want to print the output on a usb printer.

Once this open you can Add a printer if one has not been installed as of yet or modify the printer which is going to be used for the DOS application. If your printer does not support your language in text mode, DOSPRN will be a good helper. We will be focusing specifically on enabling printing from an older DOS application within your Windows XP Mode virtual machine. It works well in Windows 7 but I am unable to print from XP mode.

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 I also tried loading an older LaserJet driver, that did not work also.>-----Original Message----->See Bruce Sanderson's article at>http://members.shaw.ca/bsanders/printfromdos.htm>-- >Cari>MS-MVP Windows Technologies - Printing/Imaging/Hardware>www.coribright.com>>"Nancy" wrote in message >news:[email protected]>>I swapped out a It worked fine from>> the 2k PC. Easy Transferable license. (no system or Hard-disk dependency) LAN & RDP version also Available. 15 DAY Money-back Guarantee.

The Case is : I type Net Use LPT1: \\printserver\p1 in DOS mode, it displays the command completed successfuly. That may explain why you are experiencing a so slow performance running DOS inside a virtual machine even on a powerful motherboard and processor: accessing a real floppy /CD under a Problem went away. 0 Back to top #4 ricco333 ricco333 Senior TEG Forum Member Members 607 posts Location:Miami, FL - Home of Hurricane Wilma Posted 30 March 2005 - 05:03 PM 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