Does something similar work for RMIR? It was and is always a pain. Display posts from previous: Parallel Port JP1 on Winbit? Problem with NT port driver:
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We can probably get rid of libgwiopm.
I wlth a “no remote found” message. It appears that you can’t use Win7 64 bit directly with the parallel interface. Mon Mar 04, 2: Display posts from previous: I’ve done minimal testing with this version using a URC and a direct parallel port under a Win7 x64 system.
Wed Nov 20, 9: I have a Win7 x64 desktop with a parallel and a serial port if one is needed for testing. Profile Log in to check your private messages Pory in.
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Please make sure you have Admin rights. Proglem 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. This thread does have near the end one approach using a virtual machine. Does something similar work for RMIR? I looked into this recently and came across this web site http: If it’s a range, use the first number.
A few years back or so I successfully used the IR. I have tried the JP1.
I am unlikely to want to do further work on it myself. I can now dump pory win forever. Original driver is from http: Tue Dec 18, 9: Unable to start service This driver has been blocked from loading.
Mon Jan 21, 3: I was able to get the 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.
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Wed Dec 19, It is a long time since I took it over from you and my interests have now switched to developing RMIR. I get a read address error on startup but I was able to read from a URC It was and is always a pain.
There is also a box to enter a port address in hex but I have no idea what it might be. That’s the number you want to type in the box.
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Can anyone tell me what port address to use or how to determine what port address the Parallel Card I installed might be? I looked at the InpOut I’d like to use something more mainstream so I don’t have issues.
I could never get it to see the remote when I attempted to use the Check Interface function on the Interface tab. Tue Dec 18,