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'[PIC]: ICE2000 and use with USB Printer port'
2002\06\07@091242 by Larry G. Nelson Sr.

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I am looking at new computers and some now come without a parallel port.
Has anyone tried the ICE2000 with a USB printer port adaptor using Windows XP?

Larry G. Nelson Sr.
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2002\06\11@201559 by Larry G. Nelson Sr.

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I am looking at new computers and some now come without a parallel port.
Has anyone tried the ICE2000 with a USB printer port adaptor using Windows XP?

Larry G. Nelson Sr.
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2002\06\11@205634 by Matt Pobursky

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On Tue, 11 Jun 2002 20:13:06 -0400, Larry G. Nelson Sr. wrote:
>I am looking at new computers and some now come without a
>parallel port.
>Has anyone tried the ICE2000 with a USB printer port adaptor
>using Windows XP?

USB to "anything" adapters are always dodgy. One may work OK with
one piece of equipment but not with another. A better (and
cheaper) solution is to pick up a PCI Parallel Port card. SIIG
makes good ones, I use a SIIG Duet PCI Parallel Card to expand my
parallel ports from LPT1: through LPT3:. It uses a single
slot/connector and has a nice breakout cable for the two parallel
ports. Very handy. Price should be from $10 for a single cheapie
port to $50 for a deluxe multi-port model.

Matt Pobursky
Maximum Performance Systems

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2002\06\11@210625 by Larry G. Nelson Sr.

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I was looking for something to use on a new Toshiba laptop without slots or
parallel port. My current laptop is fine but the newer ones do not have the
port options.

At 07:54 PM 6/11/02 -0500, you wrote:
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2002\06\12@092457 by M. Adam Davis

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It sounds like a good questions for your microchip rep.  My only fear is
that since the parallel port, at its fastest, can be faster than a USB
port's real throuput (which is typically less than the 12MBps its rated
for) (IIRC) then you may run into some issues.

You should be able to find PCMCIA parallel port cards as well which
should do the trick.  Expect to pay $100 or so for one, though - if the
laptop you want comes with one for $100 more then I'd just get it built in.

-Adam

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