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switch on the parallel port's ECP Mode within a Printer UNIDRV

Postby Timo Klaemt » Fri, 19 Dec 2003 19:29:01 GMT

How can I switch on the parallel port's ECP-mode in a 
printer's language or port monitor?

Timo

switch on the parallel port's ECP Mode within a Printer UNIDRV

Postby Timo Klaemt » Tue, 13 Jan 2004 18:33:43 GMT

How can I switch on the parallel port's ECP-mode in a 
printer driver(based on UNIDRV) language or port monitor?

Thanks for your support
 
Timo Klaemt


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