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Connect Old Printers to your USB Port.

USB to Parallel Adapter, 5 ft.
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  • I have an HP Laserjet 5P I want to connect to a Mac Mini (Intel) running OSX Tiger 10.4.9. The printer has the small centronics plug as well as the regular size, and I was using the smaller one with the Dell PC. Will the Mac see the printer, first of all, or do I need a special driver? Will your cable work with this printer? Thanks
    • If your printer has the standard centronics connection on it, this should be exactly the cable you need. Our cable will work with the Mac OS, but you will need to check with HP to make sure you can get Mac drivers for your printer. If HP does offer Mac drivers for it then this cable should work for you.
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  • I have a canon bjc-50 and my laptop does not have a parallel port. The printer has a special parallel cable. Is there a plug that I can connect to the male parallel cable end and then connect to either USB or some other way? Thanks Frank
    • Unfortunately there is not a USB solution for the Cannon BJC 50. The BJC 50 had an optional scanner head, so the printer actually installs like a multi-function printer. USB adapters can only handle simple printers. You can get a parallel add on card, which are affordable and reliable for desktop computers (PCI cards) , but for a laptop they are relatively expensive and are not compatible with all systems.
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  • I have an HP 1100 and the original parallel cable. Is there any reason this cable will not work to hook the printer to a USB connection? I've seen part # SW-7383, but it seems that would only be needed if I wanted to completely replace the HP cable.
    • This cable has the 36 pin Centronics connection, which would not connect to your existing parallel cable. If you want to use your existing cable you can get our 25 pin USB parallel adatper
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  • Will my XP Pro OS see this as a usb or will I send print commands to a lpt1 port?
    • The adapter will install as "USB printing support." Your computer willl see your parallel printer as a USB printer.
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  • I have a Dell Vostro 200 with which I want to use an NEC Silent Writer Model 95. When I connect the SW-1302 I get dialog boxes which states new hardware has been connected and installed. The printer does not show up in my list of printers, the test page would not print when connected and obviously I don't have a viable connection. Any suggestions as to how I get this working? Or should I have asked if the NEC was compatible before I purchased the cable?
    • I don't have specific compatibility information on that printer, but a few things could be happening. The most likely is that you don't have the drivers for your printer installed, and if it is too old of a device the drivers might not be available for your current operating system. If the drivers were installed it would show up in your printers as offline even if it weren't connected.
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