I also use FTP to copy files from a unix system to LPT1: on my PC. MS-DOS 2.0 and above Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows ME Windows NT Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 7 Windows 8 Windows 10 Print syntax Windows Vista and later syntax Any help much appreciated. That > might solve the problem. http://sauvblog.com/cannot-print/cannot-print-vpn.html
I have many legacy programs running this way on modern motherboards and satisfaction is absolute. Thank you! Register · Log In HP Support Forum Home > Printers > Inkjet > Can't print an old DOS program Search the Community 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 I use the software to make PostScript >files and other things, and don't want to print the files until my >scripts are almost working. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/259939
Even while booting MS DOS, if printsceen button is pressed, the matter displayed on the screen used to print. Everything seems to work except the actual printing. ECP/EPP rules the advanced LPT1 settings and sometime may affect printing of legacy applications. Report • #29 paulsep January 6, 2012 at 11:18:36 Have you tried this link:http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Det...
Computing.Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. The problem is that most modern printers need a wmf (windows metafile) as their input, and they will not accept simple DOS text. 3. If you think you have received a fake HP Support message, please report it to us by clicking on the blue “Report Inappropriate Content” button above the message. By the way I have the native programs packaged by Microsoft to activate the idle cycles (idle.com) and to share folders berween virtual DOS and host OS (FShare.exe and VMADD386.sys), now
DOSPRN1.84 About || Manual || What's New || Download || Vox populi || Order || FAQ || Story || Support || Login Why DOSPRN? Hello and welcome to PC Review. However, if it's just plain text, this method will work fine. click to read more I suggested VPC to run both systems concurrently and that seems a new experience for you: do you actually operate in dual boot (XP/DOS) your machines?
If FreeDOS can print you can use that as operating environment for Wordstar and Lotus; I can assure these applications work perfectly under FreeDOS. I use VMware and in my case VMware causes 100 percent cpu utilization. What if your DOS program cannot print to the file: There are 2 steps ... Local name LPT1 Remote name \\FMHSc1\HthPsy01 Resource type Print Status OK # Opens 0 # Connections 2 The command completed successfully.
The only thing that I can think of to try is to use a HP LaserJet 4 driver. http://www.computing.net/answers/dos/not-printing-ms-dos-applications/17830.html With thanks, Nick Hawthorn Nick Hawthorn, Mar 17, 2005 #4 Steve Bill Guest Here is my quite simplistic batch file: C:\devcon\i386\devcon.exe disable *PNP0401 net use lpt1: \\server\hp2100_3rd /persistent:yes exit I Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Thanks a lot for solving my problems...
I tried adding the following lines to the end of c:\winnt\system32\autoexec.nt. his comment is here I > complained and the company finally got around to putting > that funcionality on the web. If your computer connects to the internet, then you will have it already installed. Report • #27 paulsep January 6, 2012 at 09:27:45 When the network card gets initialized as expected in the virtual machine, you have to load the Novell Client files for DOS.There
it is really working on a stand alone machine. Off-Topic Tags How-tos Drivers Ask a Question Computing.NetForumsMS/PC-DOSGeneral Not printing MS DOS Applications Tags:MS DosintelpcProcessor vharidas December 25, 2011 at 23:13:31 Specs: MS DOS, i3/4 GB MS DOS Applications like Word But, lpt1: still didn't work. http://sauvblog.com/cannot-print/cannot-print-via-vpn.html 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
I also use FTP to copy files from a >unix system to LPT1: on my PC. I found tools to manipulate parallel port pins status, either for DOS and XP, but they seem unable to deactivate pin #12 level (related to Port Status Register). It's possible that your batch file >> worked.
Default=1 with a range of 1 to 255. /m:ticks2 Maximum number of clock ticks PRINT can take to print a character or printer. It was some >help and I was able to download devcon. > >> I was able to solve this problem with a batch file with >> the following line in it: It would have to be something that discriminates between MS Word (it works OK and I guess other Windows apps do also) and any form of DOS printing. In other words is that the one workstation suffering a slow performance?Any info about system configuration you may think could help to understand the problem is welcome.
Report • #43 vharidas February 3, 2012 at 20:33:59 Indeed I am using same PC to operate DOS as well as Windows. Some applications from Intuit have been observed to do this. Nick Hawthorn Guest I can print on an HP Laserjet 4200n printer from MS Word under Windows 2000. navigate here Try using an alternate driver.
Unfortunately the generic printer driver in windows xp and windows 2000 sometimes strips out escape codes - so printing to a file may still work best under these operating systems. This technique requires the local system to have a network card, but if there isn't a physical network card you can install the MS Loopback Adaptor which allows a “dummy” network The bottom line is: as Printfil is a true Windows program, if any other Windows program (say Ms-Word or Internet Explorer) can correctly print to your printer, then your DOS program If those environments too can't print the issue is definitively due to a faulty motherboard.
That however can unlikely improve performance for a DOS environment that usually performs reasonably fast even under open source Bochs emulator that interprets each binay instruction instead of just virtualizing peripherals.Are Following information are displayed In the LPT Port Menu :When the Printer is connected and switched on:PORT : LPT1PORT ADDRESS : 0378HLPT ONLINE : YESPAPER OUT : YESI/O ERROR : NOTIME Thanks very much for your help, Nick Hawthorn nhn at hpc2 dot auckland dot ac dot nz Nick Hawthorn, Mar 21, 2005 #6 Steve Bill Guest I'm thinking that your