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IO Port Access OCX

Posted on 1998-09-17
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Does anybody have, or know of, an ActiveX (OCX) control that will allow VB5 to access teh IO Ports (not COM or LPT) but IO ports. Eg. to allow access to addin cards and such.
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The link does not seem to work...
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What error do you get?
I've try
http://www.download.com/PC/Result/TitleDetail/0,4,0-34790,1000.html 
and it's okay.
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The file does not exist on the link (ie after you click downloads. If you have a copy please e-mail it to me at:

chrisvidler@geocities.com
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Do not worry, I've found a copy...
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