I just bought a new Dell 530 Inspiron Pentium Conroe Dual Processor E5200 system and need to hook it up to my old Epson Stylus Inkjet Color 440 printer. The printer has a long, rectangular plug, a little over two inches long-25 pin, male. I've contacted Epson and they said they discontinues the USB to Parallel Adapter, but gave me a part number of C-USB-PK-4. I don't know if that is the correct adapter.
HELP!!! I'm not that computer savvy--do you need any other info?
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hi i had the problem before , you have to buy dell charger in order to charge your battery, universal charger doesnot work with this, the only way not to lose your power is to keep the charger connected, in this way the battery will not be charged but u will not lose the power. again you need dell charger the universal only gives power but doesnot charge.
There should be a diagram entitled "adding and amplifier to a factory stereo" in the owner/install manual of the high to low convertor. You need to signal tap some audio signal from your front or rear stock speakers in the car and those wires need hook up to the high to low convertor's input side. From the convertor you connect RCAs that go to your amp. In other words find your rear speaker wires and hook them to your adapter then hook up the rca wires