parallel port?

Hi, inside control panel there is an icon "port" to configure
serial ports. However, there is no similar things for
parallel ports and USBs.  Why is this? Parallel ports doesnot
need configuration?  

Thanks.

Shane
xz02Asked:
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cremmeCommented:
You configure your parallel port in the BIOS under intergrated perrifials.  USB doesn't really need configuring.  You can check it out under the device manager or install "usbview" from your win98 cd.
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cremmeCommented:
You configure your parallel port in the BIOS under intergrated perrifials.  USB doesn't really need configuring.  You can check it out under the device manager or install "usbview" from your win98 cd.
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xz02Author Commented:
cremme,
  Thanks. Please post as answer, so I can
give you points.
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cremmeCommented:
You configure your parallel port in the BIOS under intergrated perrifials.  USB doesn't really need configuring.  You can check it out under the device manager or install "usbview" from your win98 cd.
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