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Re: keyspan USB card



Apparently what you lose, if you lose anything, is the
ability for the printer to notify your computer of the ink
cartridge status and other feedback information. But as far
as I've heard, this applies to hanging non-USB devices on a
USB connection. This question may be more appropriate for
Epson's tech support than Keyspan's.

Pam

Richard Wohlfeiler wrote:
> 
> James,
> I just installed this Keyspan USB card in my UMAX Supermac clone last week
> to use with an Epson 1200U scanner. It was easy to install, required no
> configuration other than installing the accompanying software, and has
> worked reliably, much to my relief. Using it with a printer might be
> trickier, though. My local Mac dealer was pretty noncommital, too.
> 
> Richard Wohlfeiler
> 
> >My local Mac dealer was unable to tell me if the Keyspan USB 2- port
> >card would be compatible with my elderly PowerComputing powercenter
> >clone.  I want to buy an 1160, but need some way to interface it.  I
> >left a question with Keyspan's tech e mail, but haven't received a
> >reply.  Anyone know?
> >
> >James
> 
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Pamela G. Niedermayer
Pinehill Softworks Inc.
1221 S. Congress Ave., #1225
Austin, TX 78704
512-416-1141
512-416-1440 fax
http://www.pinehill.com
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