Of course the OKI stopped working. RandyFormanek Replied on January 8, I have the same question I must say, however, that after installing all of the updates that were released on Tue. Even when resuming from Sleep mode, I am able to print without any issues. Several Microsoft support engineers responded to my pleas for help in this forum, and I had two hour-long interactive sessions with Microsoft engineers where they took control of my computer.
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USB on Parallel Adapter Printer Cable AK12 Adapter USB to Lpt Centronics
Ironically the ak2 modem uses an Open Source operating system! I think those cables sometimes do not translate the language all the time and can corrupt data as it flows.
You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number. PhilBixby Replied on January 9, If I attempt to print a second time I receive the error: I have seen a couple other posts where those converter parallel to usb cables do not work well.
I am hoping that the issue has been fixed. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I will report again if I run ak1 any problems. And it appears MS isn’t helping their cause any.
I was faced with spending 3 hours putting Win8. Thanks for marking this as the answer. Unlike the fixes to the LPT port in Windows, the conversion cable fix will lp rebooting. In installing the cable, I read somewhere that it is important to connect it to the computer first and let Windows’ plug-n-play discover it as a USB printer.
This is why I think the USB converter lph solution is the best alternative we have. Of course the OKI stopped working. In reply to BillClemens’s post on November 24, The OKI was set as default printer.
Thanks for the temporary workaround! In reply to RandyFormanek’s post on January 8, Shame the Chaps at Microsoft haven’t a clue, Just saying uninstall every time, they must think we are simple.
Parallel to USB converter
In reply to prestonpdx’s post on January 8, Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. This kpt in other languages x. Again compleltly not happy but now I am printing. Sorry this didn’t help.
I had to buy two new SATA hard drives, and then everything was fine. Windows 7 Ultimate and my peripherals have worked perfectly since Am12 reply to dworskye’s post on January 12, After numerous uninstalls and re-installs I found that the problem was connected with the integral LPT port. The LoB program couldn’t configure any printers because it couldn’t access the Windows 7 printer control panel.
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I tried all of the recommended fixes on this forum but they didn’t work. Of course it would disappear when WIN 10 lost the parallel port. This created another problem with the customer’s line of business program that runs in the VM. I spent countless hours solving this mystery. I have tried uninstalling the LPT driver and re-starting with still the same results.
My final solution was – go back to the LPT to USB converter cable and share it through the customers broadband modem as a networked printer.