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[ The PC Guide | Systems and Components Reference Guide | Motherboard and System Devices | System BIOS | BIOS Settings | Integrated Peripherals ]

Integrated Parallel Port

This setting lets you specify the resources for the integrated parallel port. On most systems you are allowed to choose one of the typical resource settings allocated to parallel ports, or to disable the port:

  • 378/IRQ7 (LPT1): Sets the parallel port to the I/O address and IRQ normally used by LPT1. This is usually the default.
  • 278/IRQ5 (LPT2): Sets the parallel port to the I/O address and IRQ normally used by LPT2.
  • Disabled: Disables the integrated parallel port.

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