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Landtech dos for windows - new systems (XP) need to windows

Hi, We recently upgraded our computers to XP. Currently an office system LANDTECH is running our forms through a DOS program. Landtech for windows however is also loaded... We want to upload the DOS version forms into the Landtech Word database... not sure how... if we can't do that, i need to solve the problem regarding network printing as Landtech DOS has LPT ports (which are obviously defunct on the XP machines) and we need to change the LPT ports to read the USB connection to the network

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    Unfortunately the Hub would have worked, but there were other elements that came into play, that I didn't factor in when I sent the "SOS"... Thanks for the response though!

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You can get a hub for the lpt and usb try www.tigerdirect.com

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hi,
i don't think you really need dos. just in case, you can download it from the following link.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?DisplayLang=en&FamilyID=96cc3197-b7e5-4b31-badb-ddaac771295f

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