Failed To Load Parallel Port Driver
I appreciate your totally stupid post and you've just confirmed that you have little to no intelligence at all.Thanks for nothing,Arch Back to top Report #4 Klark Klark journeyman Members 95 Then I periodically started getting this error "The Parallel port driver service failed to start due to the following error:The service cannot be started, either because it is disabled or because The installer may not be able to install the new driver because it can't erase, or overwrite, the old one. The time now is 09:45. Check This Out
I tried before but I was not allowed to join the forum. If you haven't already done so, read this post and follow what it says about where to put your SB card....which might help you out.Search your registry for parport or parallel Register Remember Me? Mine was 3 before and when I disabled the BIOS it caused the same messages as you had.This disables the driver/device so give it a shot although no reason why it
If you requested a Demo disk from Altium, it will come with one or more of the service packs already installed - which it has will be marked on the disk Assigning a card a manual IRQ will most likely cause you more trouble than just letting XP assign it automatically.Even with both serial ports enabled, and your printer port enabled, there The installation failed even after installing the >card. The installer may not be able to install the new driver because it can't erase, or overwrite, the old one.
News & Press ReleasesIn The NewsUpcoming Product Events Media ContactsWhite Papers CareersIs Lattice A Good Fit For You? Many thanks. Parallel Port Driver Started by Arch, Mar 02 2002 07:33 AM Please log in to reply 9 replies to this topic #1 Arch Arch stranger Members 11 posts Posted 02 March http://wenku.baidu.com/view/e169477727284b73f242504f.html That build was the final retail build for SP2.
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Jobs HomeSearch Job OpeningsOur BenefitsUniversity Relations Sign In | Register Support > Answer Database > I can see the USB serial Bus in Device Manager of ... http://www.latticesemi.com/en/Support/AnswerDatabase/3/0/2/3023 The correct sequence of installation is: DXP2004, then SP2 (SP2 is cumulative and contains SP1), then SP3, and finally SP4. it does not show in the Services MMC.The solution is simple: Open the registry and go to:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\ParportChange the Start from 3 (Automatic) to 4 (Disabled). You may have damaged files. + Post New Thread Please login « How to use the S-function block in simulink? | How install synopsys DC sparc64 on Sun x64/x86-based systems »
Some newer computers only have USB 1) I don't have previous version installed in my system 2) My system have a parallel port I do not use the parallel port now. his comment is here The programmers answer you directly. 1 members found this post helpful. 9th June 2005,09:34 9th June 2005,19:25 #3 House_Cat Advanced Member level 4 Join Date Feb 2002 Location USA So go run regedit and find the HKLM\System\Current Control Set\Services\ParPort branch, set it's startup type to 4. Your AGP slot shares with slot 1, so putting anything other than an NIC in slot 1 is not recommended.
Don't know why... Register now! If you try to install the service pack over any other build, it will fail. this contact form Some newer computers only have USB 1 members found this post helpful. 9th June 2005,19:25 11th June 2005,04:47 #4 picotube Member level 5 Join Date Sep 2004 Posts 84
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After that, then disable it in the bios.
Is there a proper way to go about disabling the parallel port so that this error does not occur?Should it be done before installing Windows? If you downloaded SP4 from the Altium web site, all you got was the update - it is not a complete installation. All rights reserved. I turned my parallel port on the other day to try to troubleshoot a printer problem I was having.
If you had a previous version installed, and the driver is still on the system, it may be read-only. If you still have problems, you should try another copy of the installation software. More resources Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About http://getbetabox.com/failed-to/failed-to-load-extension-com-apple-driver-appleps2controller.html A Sound Blaster Live 5.1 which doesnt really jive when it has to try and play nice with others.
If you had a previous version installed, and the driver is still on the system, it may be read-only. Initially I had the parallel port off when I installed XP, and I have since turned it off. My NIC doesnt care neither does my video card.Arch Back to top Report #6 Klark Klark journeyman Members 95 posts Posted 02 March 2002 - 11:24 PM Ok...What motherboard is this I prefer turning off unused/unecessary devices.
If I wanted the parallel port on I would have left it on, but I'd free up the IRQ for some other device. I wasnt expecting a performance increase, I just prefer to keep off the devices that I dont ever use, that being the parallel and the serial ports.As far as the devices Follow these instructions very carefully:1) Shutdown 2) Enable printer port in bios3) Enjoy Back to top Report #3 Arch Arch stranger Members 11 posts Posted 02 March 2002 - 07:51 PM Does anyone know how to get around the problem? > > I get the error message "Failed to Load Parallel Port Driver" during > > installation. > > > > Thanks.
Article Details ID: 3023 Case Type: faq Category: Device Programming Related To: Cables Family: Other FPGA Search Answer Database I can see the USB serial Bus in Device Manager of Windows I would like to know more about this, however. Try as a starting place: http://www.altium.com/forms/kb/kb_item.asp?ID=4877 At 05:28 AM 9/7/05, you wrote: >I didn't install AD SP3 on the laptop. XP can use the same IRQ for just about every card in your PCI bus...without even the slightest resource issue.
I didn't quite understand what you meant, but I think you tryed that already.Good luck... Any suggestions? >-----Original Message----- >From: PEDA-bounces at techservinc.com >[mailto:PEDA-bounces at techservinc.com]On Behalf Of Tony Karavidas >Sent: Tuesday, September 06, 2005 5:27 PM >To: PEDA at techservinc.com >Subject: Re: [PEDA] Altium Designer I was simply trying to be humerous while showing you that freeing up your printer-port or serial-port IRQ's is NOT going to give you even the slightest performance increase.Cheers... Now granted, some cards will pose a problem.
As to why you are getting the error - there are several possibilities. I did the same as you did, and BINGO, no more error.I'm like you. I was reading this and I couldn't believe what I was reading.this is 2008 not 1978,you must be about 50 or soand stuck in the 80's of bios'sscrew the irq's and I have an Adaptec 39160 SCSI card which demands 2 IRQs, one for each channel.
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