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RapidDriver Explorer
The User Interface (Overview)
Device Description
Test Devices
Driver Description
New RapidDriver Project
Step 1: Select Device
Step 2: Project Description
Step 3: ISA Resources
Step 4: Driver Installation
Generic RapidDriver Project
Port I/O
Memory-mapped I/O
PCI Devices
Working With ISA/PC-104 Devices
New ISA/PC-104 Project
Hardware Resources for ISA/PC-104
Input/Output (I/O) Port Ranges
Memory Address Ranges
Interrupt Request (IRQ) Line
Direct Memory Access (DMA) Channel
Test ISA/PC-104 Device
Working With PCI Devices
New PCI Driver Project
Test PCI Device
PCI Header
Configuration Space
Base Address Registers (BARs)
Settings for bus-master DMA
Working with Parallel Port Devices
New Parallel Port Project
Test Parallel Port Device
Parallel Port Settings
LPT Pins
Ports And Bits
Working With USB Devices
New USB Project
Test USB Device
Descriptors and Configuration
Vendor/Class Requests
Pipe Operations
Feature Requests
Parallel Port Settings
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The RapidDriver auto-detects all installed parallel ports in operating system. If some port does not appear in the list, that means this port was not properly installed. Anyway, you still have a possibility to add one port to the RapidDriver "by hand" as a custom parallel port.

You must select the port from the list before you perform any parallel port operation. Do not forget to lock selected port to prevent possible clashes between programs wanting to use the same port (you can not lock the "custom" parallel port)