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I'm pretty sure it will, but I don't know since I haven't tested it. reply Standard TCP/IP port Submitted by Boniholmes (not verified) on Mon, 2011/06/27 - 08:40. Go to Solution 2 2 +10 13 Participants jbbarnes(2 comments) tbeasley123(2 comments) Cluskitt LVL 18 Windows OS2 owensleftfoot LVL 17 Windows OS2 juliancrawford LVL 5 maharlika LVL 3 scianzi jcapell talltim If you need help actually setting the printer up as a TCP/IP port, the following article pretty well outlines how to do this: http://www-jerry.oit.duke.edu/community/howto/pc/add_tcpip_printer.html I won't go into detail with it, check over here

After installing the driver setup files, it listed the printer in the Settings/Printers tab. Additional information How to change the LPT port within CMOS. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and I am looking for NCR cash register custom font 1 41 30d How do I open my Dashlane exported backup file (.dash)? 4 19 2d Bank heist steals SWIFT credentials Article

Any ideas please? 0 Message Expert Comment by:Frankie33 ID: 142013752005-06-13 2 mentezari: Install printer as Local Printer. Check into JetDirect. Thanks Bob for that suggestion.

  1. When I enter in a DOS window: net view \\NPI191D57, the reply is:Shared resources at \\NPI191D57There are no entries in the listBTW, the HP2605 came up in Network Neighborhood, under the
  2. The Device Manager also displays a listing for a Vitual Infrared COM Port, so I guess that COM2 is also preallocated, even though the Device Manager doesn't display the Infrared port's
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  4. How do I get the printer to redirect output to the USB port in Windows 98?
  5. And there must not be a real serial port at com1 or 2 or it's game over.I would look for a manual but didn't find an ATN model.
  6. Basically, the print server just has the printers shared (to whichever groups I want) and when I go to the workstations, I use the add printer wizard, and state it's a
  7. DIR>LPT2) prints immediately, it is NOT stuck anymore for a minute or more in the printer buffer; instead it gets printed immediately- there is no need to Capture Printer Port to
  8. Here is the link to download the HP Standard TCP/IP port ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/networking/software/hpspm98.exe 0 6 Surprising Benefits of Threat Intelligence Promoted by Recorded Future All sorts of threat intelligence is available on
  9. On clicking print test page from the properties box it opens a "print to file" dialog (since "file" is the default print port).

HP Standard Port Monitor hat added the port "IP_192.168.1.100 (HP Standard TCP/IP Port)". LPT2) is then the port name for printing, under both Windows and a DOS window, when the HP2605 printer is connected to the router via Ethernet cable.Using this trick, printing from as these numbers are automatically allocated by the OS Manager. I was able to get one of them going because it showed the 'Standard TCP/IP Port' in the printer ports.

None of them support IP printing. handy05-03-2003, 06:24 PMDid you get the W98 update? If something goes wrong you can always change the settings back to what they were! https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/reassigning-vcp-com-port-numbers-in-win-98-se-598910/ A bit more research outlined that Windows 98 by default, doesn't have any type of built in TCP/IP printer port and it must be installed separately which explains the following file.

If you have any problems go back and change your configuration back to what it origionally was. I have seen IP printing available on 98 machines when software support has been added, though, such as through the installation of HP JetDirect. YesNo Feedback E-mail Share Print Search Recently added pages View all recent updates Useful links About Computer Hope Site Map Forum Contact Us How to Help Top 10 pages Follow us Well, after setting up the new computer, I ran into the problem again.

The USB printer port is called USBPRN01 (http://sailor.teemingmillions.com/usbprn.htm) (check it out) and you can select that one or any other port. Type "03F8-03FF" in the Value box. The HP2605 has still the defaults: Host Name=NPI191D57, Domain Name=blank, WINS= (nothing entered). Customers Browse Customer Resources Choose a Product Calculate Your Savings Find an Acroprint Dealer Subscribe to Our Newsletter Browse Newsletter Archives Download White Papers & Reports Download Product Brochures Download User

Now, I had run into this issue before with this same company in trying to get these two Windows 98 computers to print to a network printer. I have a Canon S450 running on WIN98 SE and the control panel shows all the (logical) ports and you can choose. The name server entries are a bit complicated. Step 6: You should see a list of options under the following components are installed.

You could need the networking component from the 98 second edition for the "Standard TCP/IP port" option to appear. 0 Message Expert Comment by:jbbarnes ID: 97859902003-11-20 I checked a few You can either download the file from HP: ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/networking/software/hpspm98.exe Or, I have attached the file to this page for downloading as well. Apparently, the computer that fried, was the one that had the port in the beginning. http://whatcamcorder.net/windows-98/windows-98-usb-port.php Got the ATEN WIN98 drivers off the web, installed & all is OK.

So I then went back into the BIOS & disabled the hardware serial port (COM1).However, Windows 98 does not provide a pull down list under Port Settings/Advanced in the Device manager, In addition there's generally a pretty specific procedural order that USB printer drivers have to installed in or you get the kind of situation you currently have. Whenever I right-click on the printer icon created by INPW in the Printers folder (and also at the end of the installation) this err msg comes up: "SPOOL32 caused an invalid

In a situation similar to yours I keep a few databases on an older computer.

How do I verify my Com Port settings in Windows 98, Windows 2000 or Windows XP? LPT2) is then the port name for printing, under both Windows and a DOS window, when the HP2605 printer is connected to the router via Ethernet cable.Using this trick, printing from After installation Printer -> Properties -> Details -> Add Port -> Other -> Select HP TCP/IP Standard Port 0 Message Expert Comment by:MICMI ID: 144489582005-07-15 Proble is, when you have Disabled the IRDA in the BIOS and freed a COM port.

Printing to LPT1 etc. Also, other applications may have created similarly-named ports, so you'll have to check and see which name is available within the 1-4 range (since 5-9 don't work - in DOS windows When the printer is connected via USB cable to the computer this is not possible; you have to push a whole bunch of buttons on the front panel instead. I plugged my ECU's serial cable into it, and I am up & away.So alls well & ends well, and I learnt a few things on the way.

Thank you guys!! 0 Message Expert Comment by:jcapell ID: 125268742004-11-08 Cool! 0 LVL 3 Overall: Level 3 Message Expert Comment by:maharlika ID: 127769532004-12-08 This download from HP was exactly If they try to sell you a static external ip address, don't buy it. Try this ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/networking/software/hpspm98.exe 1 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites modicr    0 0 129 posts January 8, 2005 Posted March 18, 2009 Hello!I had the same Has anyone ever tested this ? 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Drugwash    58 58 1,755 posts June 21, 2006 OS: 98SE Country: Posted October

Take down the IP address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, and Name Servers. I tried researching how to add ports, however, I just get instructions on how to setup a printer assuming . Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. I tried to add a Minolta Di350 printer, and I have not seen any TCP/IP port setting within Win98 printer setup.

Edited March 27, 2009 by Multibooter 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Multibooter    0 0 891 posts March 22, 2008 OS: 98SE Posted March 28, What is the history of those machines that do have IP support? in COM Port No. your suggestion fixed my problem...

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I have tried many combinations, like \\NPI191D57\ or \\\NPI191D57 ( is the IP of the router), but they just gave me the above error msg.