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SIIG has a DOS driver on their site http://www.siig.com/download (CB10xsu.exe, this is for my hardware version 3.0) that allows you to change settings like hardware address and mode. another utility,CB10xpc.exe, allows you to look at IRQ settings, but manual doesn't specifically say whether you can change it. It does however say that settings are automatically configured, and one could hope so, but looking at the way their support is laid out, there doesn't seem to be a lot of hope. You might find it easier to set your onboard LPT port settings and let this card default to what it wants to ... hope this helps
Windows has made it possible to get some drivers through the automatic update. Click "start", then control panel" find and right click on "device manager", open then, click on continue. Click on the box with + next to "sound audio and game controllers". You should see you device in the drop down. If you don't try clicking on "Human Interfacing Devices". Right click on your device and click on "properties", then on "driver" tab. Click on update driver, then on "automatically search for...". It's worth a shot.
if yr card is working condication then u have to han ge slote of yr card. and if u want to chand com poer serise number then got to device manager then go to serila port which u want to change then select port properitis then got port setting then advance u seen a TAD CALL SERIAL NUMBER then selicket which number u want u have to select all serial number.