I have a first generation LX-800 Epson impact printer.
I bought a Parallel to USB cable for it.
I was able to print a test page successfully, was even able to print the confirmation code from my purchase of Bioshock through Steam (albeit a very ugly printout of 120x144 dpi).
Other than that, I only have printing errors wherein the printer won’t even print.
[b]In my attempt to fix the problem, I switched the Parallel to USB cable to the next neighboring USB port, and then back again.
That’s when I noticed that there is a new USB port called USB003.
Originally, there were only 2: USB001 and USB002.
Every time I try to delete this port (USB003), or any port for that matter, it tells me, "Selected port cannot be deleted. The request is not supported.[/b]
These forums are too technical for my powers to comprehend. Heck, one of them talks about using a .bat file. I haven’t used a .bat file since my highschool MS-DOS days.
I know that it isn’t a serious problem, just more of an annoyance, am I right? I just want to delete the port “USB003.”
Can anyone of you help?