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Yasemin, the most practical solution is to design your label on a software like a label matrix or zebra designer and print to a file and have the ZPL codes.
If you are using a standard serial port o n the PC, you can use a 9-25 standard null modem cable, available at most PC shops, Best Buy, Etc.
If you are using a parallel output on the PC to the parallel input on the Zebra, also the cable would be a standard centronics cable.
The printer is installed on the PC using a specific port. If it's installed on the USB port, it won't work on the parallel port. Do you have this printer installed 3 different times? Need more details such as how was it installed the first time? And if it's working on the other 2 ports, why does it have to work on the parallel?