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Reply With Quote Jul 17th, 2014,02:03 PM #28 paulg4ije View Profile View Forum Posts Thread Starter Hyperactive Member Join Date Aug 2004 Location Essex, UK Posts 490 Re: [RESOLVED] Writing to Most applications use the 32bit version of the DLL. The C++ example should also work, but I have also got a modified version here that you may want to look at. There was a problem starting inpout32.dll. Source

I'm sure that there are some cracks, that know how to use a 64Bit dll. All times are GMT -5. With 32 Bit Win it works. Your cache administrator is webmaster. More Bonuses

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Maybe it's owned by the system and only exists in that 'users' space which is why you get the file not found message. I have been trying inpout32.dll, inpoutx64.dll and following all the info on http://www.highrez.co.uk/ and www.logix4u.net but can't get anything to work. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.

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However, this project has been discontinued. This version fixes a bug that caused the 32bit DLL to fail on x64 windows - it did not load the driver correctly because the WOW64 file redirection caused the driver Many thanks. Download Inpout32.dll Visual Basic Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.3 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc.

You can read and write to those 'files' exactly the same as you would read and write to any text file except that if you write data to a file called Inpout32.dll Source Code Problems could be: - Convert the 32Bit Variable into 64Bit Variable - use of hwinterfacex64.sys. I will have to make up a cable and test it when I next have access to the old hardware. http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.php?643913-RESOLVED-Writing-to-parallel-port-Windows-7-64-bit What modern motherboard actually has a parallel port?

I guess it could work once I connect the device and the handshaking lines. Logix4u DLL-Files.com Client fixes your immediate error, and solves any possible future DLL errors. Another idea I thought I would share. Cause what i have done is just writing the 8bits data and "output" to data port, once i want to read from external circuit through data port, it always show "4"

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Answer Yes at your own risk ... this contact form There is also a VB.NET test program on the highrez downloads page. Learn More I understand DLL-files.com Online since 1998 my license English English Português Deutsch 中文 (zhōngwén) Français Español 日本語 (にほんご) 한국어 Русский client request a file upload DLL files support Buy Greetings Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Ascend4nt 114 Universalist Active Members 114 1,368 posts #3 ·  Posted October 17, 2010 (edited) 1. How To Install Inpout32 Dll Windows 7

If you don't get your account activation email, check your spam folder. Last edited by IanS; Mar 11th, 2011 at 03:24 PM. Once downloaded, unzip and go to the Win32 folder and double-click on InstallDriver.exe. http://clockworklaw.com/windows-7/inpout32-for-windows-7.php For instance, a faulty application, inpout32.dll has been deleted or misplaced, corrupted by malicious software present on your PC or a damaged Windows registry.

v1.3.0.0 (15-Aug-2010): Removed bool's from header (replaced with BOOL). Inpout32.dll C# Last edited by paulg4ije; Mar 12th, 2011 at 03:29 AM. Source for x86 & x64 DLLs This is the source code package for the DLLs (binaries) above.

The original only exports Inp32() and Out32().

If your application is 32bit you MUST use my version of InpOut32.dll which contains both 32bit and 64bit drivers and determines which one to install and use at runtime. Reply With Quote Jul 20th, 2012,04:05 AM #16 armand2010 View Profile View Forum Posts New Member Join Date Jul 2012 Posts 2 Re: [RESOLVED] Writing to parallel port - Windows 7 I need the interrupt capability of the port.So have to write an ISR for the same.Is there any API to do the same?..how can i mapp the ISR function to the "inpoutx64 Driver Is Not Open" This requires Visual Studio 2005 (or later).

My program uses reading from the port (input) just as much as output and it works very well. Reply With Quote Jul 17th, 2014,01:52 PM #27 berny22 View Profile View Forum Posts Banned Join Date Jul 2014 Posts 221 Re: [RESOLVED] Writing to parallel port - Windows 7 64-bit By using our services, you agree to our Privacy Policy. http://clockworklaw.com/windows-7/inpout32-dll-windows-xp-download.php When I go back and boot on the original hard drive, Paraled works fine.

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There must be a way to control those 8 data bits in Windows 7, mustn't there? Please bear in mind, that on 64bit operating systems, many applications are still 32bit. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Because it's PCI it might be registered under a different port number.

Reply With Quote Mar 12th, 2011,03:31 AM #8 paulg4ije View Profile View Forum Posts Thread Starter Hyperactive Member Join Date Aug 2004 Location Essex, UK Posts 490 Re: Writing to parallel