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Thread: "0" on the LPT output when the PC is switching on. how? - closed

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    "0" on the LPT output when the PC is switching on. how? - closed

    Hello.
    I am EPIA-M10000 and using LPT port(I am using data points, point 2,3....).
    When I just switching on my PC on the LPT port appears "1", it remains there during windows loading ....
    For a second it sets to 0 (when the drivers are loading, during windows booting) and again back to 1.

    Is it possible somehow to have 0 on the lpt output when the PC is booting?

    Regards, Alexy

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    would it be a problem if it had 0the whole time, except that 1 second? otherwise you could just invert the signal...

    Greetz
    Dj NRG

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    Closed.

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    I will tell you

    look you have to make 2 pins 4 switching and connect those 2 pins to IC

    so the IC is like :

    pin 1 = 1 and pin 2 = 1 then out put = 0
    pin 1 = 0 and pin 2 = 0 then out put = 0

    pin 1 = 1 and pin 2 = 0 then out put = 1
    pin 1 = 0and pin 2 = 1 then out put = 1

    so when the car starts all pins should be 1 or 0 and the outout of the IC will be 0

    when the windows start , you have to make a startup exe to do send
    pin 1 = 1 and pin 2 = 0
    or
    pin 1 = 0and pin 2 = 1

    after that it will wooooooooooork

    the IC number is : 4030

    good luck

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    sounds good

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