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Post by Frosty » Wed Oct 29, 2014 4:06 pm

I have had my ADC10 for about 20 years and as you know most laptops & PC's no longer have parallel ports :( can I use a Parallel to USB Converter to use my ADC10? Any comments welcome.

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Re: ADC10

Post by Hitesh » Thu Oct 30, 2014 3:51 pm

Hi Frosty,

If you are using a desktop PC, please refer to the following post:

If you are using a laptop you can try the following:

For laptops with an Express card slot:- ... 66220.html

For laptops with a PCMCIA card slot:- ... 61612.html

In either case, a parallel port adaptor that is only for parallel port printers will not be suitable - the adaptor should have drivers supplied with it.

Please note that Pico Technology parallel port products are not suitable with 64-bit operating systems.

Note: Pico Technology is not responsible for the content of external third party sites.

I hope this helps.

Software Dev. Engineer

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