as i mentioned, it is possible to buy a USB to Parallel port converter. It simply plugs in like any other USB device and gives you a 25 pin D parallel port socket, all you would need to do then is select the port address in the application. the port address can be viewed or edited in the windows control/hardware manager. The advantage of this is you could set the port up as 378H (the parallel port address LPT1) if the converters drivers didnt already do this for you.
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