| This pci card is interesting for everyone, who like to use a display
without having a free LPT interface.
Owing to Plug & Play this pci interface card can be installed very simply
in operating systems like e.g. Windows 95/98/2000/XP.
After installation into the PC this card offers an additional
parallel port (1 x 25-pol SUB-D connector).
It's important that the software which you like to use with
the text or graphics display allows an adjustment of the address range,
because the card doesn't use the 378h address but an address assigned
by the operating system like e.g. A800.
To find out the used LPT port address after the installation,
please take a look into the device manager.
(properties of the printer connetion -> resources -> I/O range)
Most software like e.g. Smartie, jaLCDs, LCDHype, LCDInfo, etc.
supports an address change.
(LCDStudio 1.5 doesn't support it, but the newer LCDStudio 2.x software
supports an adjustment of the LPT port address!)
Alternatively it's possible to use the parallel port of the Motherboard
for the display and use this pci LPT card as LPT2 for the printer, etc.