I have a Win95 system with a deskjet 820Cse on the machine's
only parrallel port (LPT1:). It works fine from the Windows
applications. When I try to print from a Dos box using either:
type foo > lpt1
type foo > prn
Nothing happens. I tried enabling printer sharing and using
type foo > \\Juno\\deskjet
I get a network error.
Someone mentioned printer port capture being necessary
for dos mode printing. Is this true, and if so how do
I do it. My printer is called 'deskjet' (yes I know, it is
not very original).
What do I do enable dos mode printing while not destroying
my windows printing.
At printer installation, have you remind to say yes to wether this printer should be used by DOS ? If you havent doing this, reinstall. printer by Start/Properties/Printers and add new printer. Remember
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