First let me congratulate you for your great work. ISP Programmer is a great tool.
I don’t know if this is the right place, but I am searching for a solution to my following problem:
I have a machine with Windows 7 Professional as OS, with a parallel port available through a PCI board. However, this PCI board does not let me choose a LPT legacy I/O address (378h for instance) to my LPT port, because of PCI plug-n-play rule. Under driver properties (under Windows Device Manager) there is no way to change it (usually available under “Resources” Tab).
I assume that, due to this fact, ISP Programmer do not find any LPT port available, which would be shown on “Port with ISP Programmer” field, under “Setup” window of ISP Programmer.
Running the same program, with the same configuration, on an another machine with Windows 7 Pro with a LPT with legacy I/O address , ISP Programmer works.
I would be very happy if you could give me at least a hint for a solution.
We would like to use ISP Programmer in Lab computers of our university to program didactic microcontrollers KITS, which can use only LPT programmer for programming.
Thank you in advance,
Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul - Brasil
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