Well, it sounds like I’m on the “fringe” by using the JP1 parallel interface on Win Mon Sep 09, 3: Problem with NT port driver: Realistically, very few people use the parallel interface with 64 bit Win7. Display posts from previous:
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I have a Win7 x64 desktop with a parallel and a serial port if one is needed for testing.
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Profile Log in to check your private messages Log in. I looked into this recently and came across this web site http: Now I can keep my URC Realistically, very few people use the parallel interface with 64 bit Win7. I realize this is an old thread but maybe someone has an answer for someone still trying to support a JP1 remote URC on a Windows 7 64 bit machine. A few years back or so I successfully used the IR.
I have tried each of the addresses provided, 3BC but none of them jp to work work.
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I really didn’t want to get a new cable just for a few older models. Tue Dec 18, 9: Wed Oroblem 19, I assume both setups would work okay on Win? The IR software version 8.
This is my latest attempt to get more life from these remotes. I think I’ll go with USB. What is the recommended setup for Win bit?
Now on to my reason for visiting the forum I was able to get pronlem regular version of IR to work in 32b by selecting Win NT and admin rights, then tweaking my 32 bit lp1 with the correct address. If it’s a range, use the first number.
Well, it sounds like I’m on the “fringe” by using the JP1 parallel interface on Win Display posts from previous: Please make sure you have Admin rights. Byte ; function InPort iPortAddr: It was and is always a pain. I can now dump 32bit win forever.
Thanks binky for making this available. Parallel Port JP1 on Winbit? There is also a box to enter a port address in hex but I have no idea what it might be. Mon Mar 04, 2: I get a “no remote found” message.
A few buttons on the remote have died, so my next project will be to see if I can open RS and clean up those buttons. I could never get it to see the remote when I attempted to use the Check Interface function on the Interface tab. This thread does have near the end one approach using a virtual machine.
Unable to start service This driver has been blocked from loading. I get a read address error on startup but I was able to read from a URC Mon May 20, 9: