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Windows 10 & LPT Parallel Printer Port. You cannot run the old printer on windows 10 unless there are windows 10 drivers available. Breaks all parallel.
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From looking at Device Manager, Windows 10 is detecting the parallel port adapter. Any ideas please? Is there perhaps a workaround for installing 'stubborn' device drivers under Windows 10?