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By alanatyem ·
Is there any way to change lpt1 settings in bios for ecp, epp, etc? there is no way i can change value which is set at 03BCH I have attempted all methods that i know but this value will not change 2 diffrent printers wil not print on this set up but work ok on a spare pc

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by spiceman In reply to printer set up

You can change these peripherals settings in the BIOS. Also control panel under ports allows you make adjustments to the port settings including IRQ and addresses.

If it worked fine on the other PC - note the settings of the spare and see if you can change it to that on the problem PC

could be that your BIOS needs updating. Try the motherboard manufacturer website after arming yourself with the details about the motherboard and your operating system for any other updates related to the motherboard.

Good luck

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by G S In reply to printer set up

Have you ever printed successfully on this machine. It is possible that your port is bad. Also open up the system and make sure your LPT1 port is attached well.
Good Luck

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by G S In reply to printer set up

Have you ever printed successfully on this machine. It is possible that your port is bad. Also open up the system and make sure your LPT1 port is attached well.
Good Luck

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by G S In reply to printer set up

Have you ever printed successfully on this machine. It is possible that your port is bad. Also open up the system and make sure your LPT1 port is attached well.
Good Luck

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