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RE: Write to Parallel port

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First you have to change the labview.ini file and add the line:
serialDevices="COM1;COM2;COM3;COM4;COM5;COM6;
COM7;COM8;COM9;LPT1;LPT2;LPT3;LPT4;"

Then you can use the LabVIEW Serial Port Write.vi using port number 10,
and it will send a string to the parallel port. But, if you have not
yet modified your "labview.ini" file, you may receive an error -37.
I haven't use this method yet, so if it works, please email me.

Paul
prgmmr@yahoo.com


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I would like to know where can i found the IV
of Labview: "write to parallel port.vi".
I found it in "parallel 8-bit digital output
port" but when I try to open it appear this:

an error occured loading VI.
Labview load error code 8:could not load VI resource.

and I don´t know what can i do?
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Hallo, palma,

Du (x) meintest am 14.08.01 zum Thema RE: Write to Parallel port:

> I would like to know where can i found the IV
> of Labview: "write to parallel port.vi".
> I found it in "parallel 8-bit digital output
> port" but when I try to open it appear this:

Which OS do you use? Windows NT and Windows 2000 don't like direct port
access. For these OSs you need a special file from the NI website
("hwaccess.xxx" oder "accesshw.xxx").

Greetings!
Helmut

Please excuse my gerlish!
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I would like to know where can I found the block of Labview: "write to parallel port.vi"
I found it in "parallel 8-bit digital output port but when I open it appear:

an error occurred loading VI
Labview load error code 8:could not load VI resource.
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