Question about Star Manufacturing Star TSP700 Receipt Thermal Printer
Assuming the printer can understand DOS coded printouts (which most should be able to), you can do it like this: Go to Control Panel | Printers | ML 2010 and share the printer. Then go to a command prompt Start | Run | type cmd Assuming that you share it with the share name "MYPRINTER" and the computer is called "MYCOMPUTER", then type NET USE LPT2: \\MYCOMPUTER\MYPRINTER /PERSISTENT:YES at a command prompt. Now you can print to LPT2: and the output will go to the USB-connected printer. To find your computer name, right click on the My Computer icon (either on your desktop or the start menu) and choose properties. The window that opens will have a Computer Name tab.
Posted on Aug 28, 2007
SOURCE: Time consuming
you do not need an additional driver for xp.
go to Control panel, then printer-fax, click add printer. Then follow the instruction. Choose BJC80. But usually it comes automatically if you plug in the printer.
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
SOURCE: can not print with Epson LX-300
The USB to parallel converter does not always work.
You should buy a Parallel port for your computer if you have can extra slot inside the machine. The cost for the parallel port is usually under $20.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
Testimonial: "Yes that can be done but you have to have extra slot.So I wondered if some software would do the trick.Otherwise your solution is the only way! Thanks"
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