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USB to Parallel Adapter, 5 ft.
USB to Parallel Adapter, 5 ft.
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  • Can you please tell me whether there is any kind of parallel card or adapter that will work with an HP 3100 all-in-one printer on a computer that does not have a parallel port?
    • Those types of printers cannot be adapted to work on USB. That printer must be plugged into a true parallel port for it to work. If you are trying to install the printer on a desktop computer you can install a card like this one: Parallel PCI Card If you are trying to install it on a laptop that has a PCMCIA slot you can use this one: Parallel PCMCIA Card If you are trying to install it on a laptop that has an ExpressCard slot you can use this one: Parallel ExpressCard Those should be able to provide full functionality with your printer.
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  • I have a Xerox DocuprintP8e laser printer that I would like to connect to a new HP Touchsmart that only has USB ports or wireless printing. Will this adapter SW-1302 work? Will it be compatible with Vista?
    • Assuming that your printer has a centronics port (which looking online it appears that it does), this should do the trick for you. The USB to Parallel adapter will work with Vista.
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  • I have an HP printer 4000n and I'm trying to connect it to my laptop but the cable that I have does not fit my laptop. What cable do you recommend to connect my printer to my dell laptop?
    • Yes, this should work for you as long as your printer does not have any additional features (scanning fax etc)
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  • Will this adaptor work with a dot matrix printer? Panosonic kx-p-1124. TNX Bob
    • Yes, as long as your printer is a single function printer with the centronics interface.
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  • Hello Folks @ SewellDirect: I have an older Xerox DocuPrint P8 laser printer that works fine on an older computer having a parallel port. But, my 2 new XP laptops do not have any parallel (LPT1) ports. So, I bought this USB to Parallel adaptor, and installed the latest P8 XP print driver from Xerox. My windows XP machine finds the P8 printer and I install the driver using the "Have Disk" option - pointing to the driver files I downloaded from Xerox. When I go to print, the document spools but I get a print error. I have changed the Port settings on the driver proprties and tried both USB001 & 002 virtual ports - with the same results. I noticed in you answer to question #41 above, that you say to check the Device Manager for a USB Printing Support - I do not see this in my Device Manager. I thought this was built-in to Windows XP.Maybe I am missing something? Do you folks sell a cable or have any advice that would get my Xerox P8 printer going on XP, via a USB connection? Thanks in advance for any info you may have. -Tom
    • You are correct in that you should see "usb printing support" in your device manager when the cable is connected. With your device manager open, disconnect and reconnect your cable (make sure it is not yet connected to your printer) keep your eye on the device manager to see if the list refreshes and see if you can find if maybe it is showing up somewhere else. If the list does not refresh and still does not show the cable than you may have defective hardware and I recommend giving us a call at 1-800-709-1345.
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