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[Lcdproc] RE: Silverstone SST-03 + VFD


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  • From: lcdproc AT neko.me.uk (Chris Lansley)
  • Subject: [Lcdproc] RE: Silverstone SST-03 + VFD
  • Date: Sat Jan 29 00:31:02 2005

[Whoops, I've just re-read your first post! You've already tried changing from
ECP/EPP.]

My only other suggestion is to make sure nothing else is using the parallel
port -
such as something probing for printers etc [not sure if this is at all
likely!]

Chris.

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> Behalf Of Chris Lansley
> Sent: 29 January 2005 00:23
> To: Peter Martens;
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> Subject: RE: [Lcdproc] RE: Silverstone SST-03 + VFD
>
>
> > Does anyone has some more advice on this? Someone has the LCD in the
> > Silverstone case working. I have the idea that I am fairly close.
> > Yesterday it worked perfectly for almost the whole day...
>
> What did you do to increase the working time?
>
> Have you tried your parallel port in different modes (normal/ECP/EPP). I
> know of one
> person with a silverstone case and they had the problem you've got (but with
> different software) and they found that it worked perfectly when they
> switched to
> "normal" in their bios. [Don't ask me why!]
>
> Chris.
>
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