Category: Network and Modems
Manufacturer: NetMos Technology
Caution Level: Medium
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Operating System: Windows 98/2000/NT/XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.0.2183.1 / 21 Feb 2002
Every computer is fitted with devices to enable it interconnect with other devices or peripherals. One of these devices is what is known as the Parallel Port which is an interface used specifically connecting devices to the main computer. A printer is one of these devices that need to be connected to the computer to come up with print jobs. Other devices that may use the parallel port to get interconnected to the computer include scanners, game pads, external hard disk drives, sound cards, modems, webcams, play station 2 and joysticks. NetMos PCI Parallel Port has been in existence now for quite sometime and it has gone several upgrades to make it have the high performance levels it currently has. NetMos PCI Parallel Port is a 1284 parallel port controller and also has PCI bus interface.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
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This port supports mainly all printer interfaces in the market as well as EPP and ECP modes. This port consumes low power and is compatible with all operating systems. It has a single 5V operation which makes it user friendly. It has a multi-mode controller that can work different devices. The data rates of this port are very fast and can go up to 1.5 Mbytes. It also has a re-map function for legacy ports together with 16 byte FIFO (first in first out). NetMos PCI Parallel Port has a 128-pin QFP (quad flat package) package which means it can accommodate four different surface mountings. The software that comes with it is programmable to suit the user's specific needs. The ports are easy to maintain and in case of difficulties one can refer to the manufacturers manual. The drivers can be downloaded from the internet and are very easy to install. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and NetMos PCI Parallel Port errors before installing any driver updates.