Failed To Load Parallel Port Driver Altium
Some newer computers only have USB 1) I don't have previous version installed in my system 2) My system have a parallel port I do not use the parallel port now. Any suggestions? >-----Original Message----- >From: PEDA-bounces at techservinc.com >[mailto:PEDA-bounces at techservinc.com]On Behalf Of Tony Karavidas >Sent: Tuesday, September 06, 2005 5:27 PM >To: PEDA at techservinc.com >Subject: Re: [PEDA] Altium Designer I replied that I did not. I couldn't figure out how to prevent the error from occurring, so for the time being I re-enabled the parallel port in the BIOS--disabling it didn't free up any IRQ's anyway. Check This Out
Does anyone know how to get around the problem? > > I get the error message "Failed to Load Parallel Port Driver" during > > installation. > > > > Thanks. Your cache administrator is webmaster. Mine was 3 before and when I disabled the BIOS it caused the same messages as you had. As for disadvantages of enabling/disabling parallel port.
All rights reserved. I do it to minimize devices that could bring down a system so you don't have all these things that you could plug into, especially when you don't need the darn What are the advantages and disadvantages of disabling the parallel port, other than freeing up IRQ's (as I said, it didn't--unless this also happens only upon Windows install?). Another possibility is you may have experienced a one-time installer error.
Does your system even have a parallel port? Now every time I start up Altium Designer I get a popup dialog saying "failed to load parallel port driver". I would like to know more about this, however. Is > there a proper way to go about disabling the parallel port so that this > error does not occur? > Should it be done before installing Windows?
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Powered by vBulletin™Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. So go run regedit and find the HKLM\System\Current Control Set\Services\ParPort branch, set it's startup type to 4. Phoenix Guest I recently disabled the parallel port in the BIOS (I wasn't using it anyway) to try and free up an IRQ or some system resources, when I installed a Forum New Posts Unanswered Posts FAQ Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Community Groups Reported Items Calendar Link to Us Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Activity Stream Search Help Rules
Another possibility is you may have experienced a one-time installer error. his comment is here That build was the final retail build for SP2. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? A new installation of Altium Designer requires PC to have a parallel port.
Your cache administrator is webmaster. Does anyone know how to get around the problem? Do you have the access to the forum? http://technologyprometheus.com/failed-to/failed-to-load-sandbox-sys-driver.html Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum.
All of Google. In such case, you should delete this message completely, and kindly notify the sender immediately. ____________________________________________________________ You are subscribed to the PEDA discussion forum To Post messages: mailto:[email protected] Unsubscribe and Other SEO by vBSEO ©2011, Crawlability, Inc. --[[ ]]-- [PEDA] Parallel Port and Altium Designer Service pack 4 Installation Harry Selfridge harrys at encoreengineering.com Wed Sep 7 13:22:45 EDT 2005 Previous message:
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Second - you should look at the Altium Knowledge Base with respect to parallel ports for computers without one. Bob -----Original Message----- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Al-hamra Huq Sent: Tuesday, September 06, 2005 11:22 AM To: [email protected] Subject: [PEDA] Altium Designer Service pack 4 Importance: High You could uninstall, and try again. A new installation of Altium Designer requires PC to > > have a parallel port.
The installation failed even after installing the >card. Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. If you are installing Altium Designer with SP3 full installation from the recently distributed update disk sent out by Altium, you should not try to install to the same directory as navigate here This disables the driver/device so give it a shot although no reason why it will or will not work.
Thanks. 2nd June 2005,02:11 9th June 2005,09:34 #2 attylus76 Junior Member level 2 Join Date May 2004 Posts 24 Helped 1 / 1 Points 2,206 Level 10 Re: [HELP] Please try the request again. Does your system even have a parallel port? If you downloaded SP4 from the Altium web site, all you got was the update - it is not a complete installation.
As to why you are getting the error - there are several possibilities. Just another minor annoying Altium bug which will probably never get fixed. Added after 2 minutes: Originally Posted by House_Cat The parallel port driver is only needed when you have @ltium's Nano Board system installed. I get the error message "Failed to Load Parallel Port Driver" during installation.
It is only intended to update an Altium Desginer installation that already has all the previous service packs installed. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Should it be done before installing Windows? The programmers answer you directly. 1 members found this post helpful. 9th June 2005,09:34 9th June 2005,19:25 #3 House_Cat Advanced Member level 4 Join Date Feb 2002 Location USA
I tried before but I was not allowed to join the forum. Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! Then I periodically started getting this error "The Parallel port driver service failed to start due to the following error: The service cannot be started, either because it is disabled or Is there a proper way to go about disabling the parallel port so that this error does not occur?
The correct sequence of installation is: DXP2004, then SP2 (SP2 is cumulative and contains SP1), then SP3, and finally SP4. If you are not the person(s) indicated in this message (or responsible for delivery of the message to such persons), you may not copy, deliver or forward this message to anyone. The installer may not be able to install the new driver because it can't erase, or overwrite, the old one.