Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : VEAL401.ZIP
Filename : ICP107.DOC

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º Documentation for Install Comm Port (ICP) - Version 1.07 º
º A Shareware Program Written By Craig Veal º
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º I initially developed this program for my own personal use and the º
º rights to it are my sole property. This program is not and has never º
º been a public domain program. º
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º LIMITED permission is granted for your personal, NON-COMMERCIAL use º
º ONLY. º
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º This program may not be used in any commercial environment without my º
º WRITTEN PERMISSION. If you want to use it in a commercial environment, º
º simply send me a self addressed stamped envelope and I'll authorize º
º you to use this program as long as NO ONE, other than myself, MAKES º
º any profit from the sale of this program. º
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º SHARE this program with others! Craig D. Veal º
º 4734B Jacksonville Lane º
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ICP will allow you to set the hardware address for COM Port 3 or 4 and tell
DOS what the address is. This is useful if you have an internal modem or other
hardware using COM3 or COM4 and you want to be able to use programs that can
use those COM ports but don't know they're installed.

ICP will also update the DOS equipment settings to reflect the 'new' COM port.

Run the installation program (IICP.COM) to configure ICP.COM for the
desired COM port and the address for that port.

If you're not sure what the address is, look at the equipment documentation for
the actual port address. The address MUST BE ENTERED IN HEX!

  3 Responses to “Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : VEAL401.ZIP
Filename : ICP107.DOC

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