specific port to which the printer is connected, it can be performed by the user of the computer running Microsoft Windows, the standard tools of the system and does not involve the use of additional software.
vast majority of the latest generation of printers used to connect the LPT-port.Printers USB standard is almost always have a support function Plug & amp; Play, which means automatic configuration of printers of Windows.The default port LPT1, but the Device Manager utility allows the user to customize this setting.
Call the main menu system by pressing the "Start" button, and navigate to the item "Printers and Faxes".Find the icon of the printer used, and call up the context menu by clicking the right mouse button.Choose "Properties" and click the "port" of the dialog box.Identify the port used by the printer.
When you install a new printer on a computer running the Windows XP version, go to the main "Start" menu and navigate to select "Control Panel."Open the l
ink "Printers and Other Hardware", and then expand "Printers and Faxes".Enter the command "Printer Setup" in the left pane of the dialog box by double clicking the mouse, and missed the first window of the wizard by clicking "Next".
Apply a checkmark in the "Local printer" second window and wait for the wizard automatically detect the printer.If the master could not find the module to connect printers, click the "Next" button in the dialog window of the wizard and select the option «LPT1: (Recommended Printer Port)" from the drop down menu line "Use the following port."Confirm saving the changes made by pressing the "Next" button and follow the recommendations of the installation wizard.
Note that printers that use ports other than COM, LPT or USB, can be forwarded on the network only when you install Windows Server 2003 version on your computer.Changing this situation is possible only if changes to registry entries.
- Add and configure the printer