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Dvejr wrote: Dumb question - which is 'the appropriate port'? DVEJr It depends. If you have an actual parallel port on your computer it would likely be LPT1. Most Windows 7 computers do not have a parallel port. If you are using a USB- Parallel converter cable then it is more difficult. In this case the port may be USB001: (or perhaps USB002: or some other USB00n:) or the USB-parallel cable may provide an emulated LPT port such as LPT3. The USB-parallel cables can be problematic, to work they need driver support in Windows 7.
(toward the end) has some examples folks have posted about cables they have had success with. OK, to make the cables that work easier to find I have tagged them with. Berliner Testament Muster Pdf Printer. There are undoubtedly others that work, I have also heard of good results with Belkin and Sweex cables. Be sure to check the cable to make sure it is rated to work with Windows 7. I have been trying to install my HP Deskjet 870Cse printer on my new Windows 7, 64 bit system for two weeks without success. Canon Mf4100 Series Printer Driver here. Previously I had the printer hooked up to a Windows XP system with a Startech USB to Parallel converter cable that worked great on that system. I finally solved my problem by purchasing a new Sabrent SBT-UPPC cable that looks exactly like the Startech cable but obviously works with the new Windows 7 system.
After many many agonizing hours and much frustration, the system finally works. I wanted to pass this along to the forum because I know there are others that are experiencing the same frustrations and have not found any help for this problem. I have had techs from every company on the planet trying to find the solution to this problem, but no one could solve it. I hope this helps others from experiencing the same difficulties I have had.
I have a unique situation where I had to replace a broken printer in an off-site building. I had an old but working HP DeskJet 6122 that I put in it's place. However, non of the built-in Windows drivers work and all of the instructions I found online say that the 990c driver is compatible, but it's only available via Windows Update. This computer does not have Internet access. It's a stand-alone building that is used for bus maintenance and they just need to print out schedules and the like.
I had found a few drivers online, however they are not compatible as I need 64-bit drivers. I am running out of ideas here. Theoretically I could haul the whole computer and printer setup to another building with Internet, but that's just going to be a major PITA due to it's location and the weather conditions.