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MCI.EXE is the Pioneer Laserdisc Player Windows MCI Control program. Install this program into your windows drivers for computer control of the Pioneer Laserdisc players.
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MCI.EXE is the Pioneer Laserdisc Player Windows MCI Control program. Install this program into your windows drivers for computer control of the Pioneer Laserdisc players.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
MCIVPION.DOC 1828 911 deflated
MCIVPION.DRV 24064 10829 deflated
OEMSETUP.INF 132 110 deflated

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Contents of the MCIVPION.DOC file


April 12, 1993
Pioneer New Media Technologies, Inc.
Multimedia Engineering/Technical Support
600 East Crescent Ave.
Upper Saddle River, N.J. 07458

(201) 327-6400

The MCI driver package consists of the following two files:
1. MCIVPION.DRV - This is the MCI driver for Pioneers current line of
industrial videodisc players. Laserdisc players which should work with
this MCI driver are the LD-V2200, CLD-V2400, LD-V4200, LD-V4400, and
LD-V8000. The driver will not work with the Pioneer 6000 series of
Laserdisc players.
2. OEMSETUP.INF - This is a text file which must be located in the same
subdirectory as MCIVPION.DRV when using the Windows 3.1 Control Panel
for multimedia driver installation.

Installation and configuration:
1. Open the Control Panel and access the Drivers dialog box by double-
clicking in the Drivers icon. The list of Drivers which are loaded each
time you start a Windows session is displayed in the dialog box.
Click on the Add button to access the Add Driver dialog box. A list of
default drivers which come with Windows is displayed. From this list
highlight the Unlisted or Updated Driver selection from the list box.
Type the path to the drive containing the Pioneer MCI driver and
OEMSETUP.INF file in the central text box and click on OK. The driver
will now install.
2. After Windows installs the MCI driver a Setup dialog box will appear
to allow the selection of ComPorts 1-4. This version of the Pioneer MCI
driver only supports 4800 baud, 8 data bits, no parity, and 1 stop bit.
The Pioneer videodisc player must be set the same.


If you have problems or encounter driver errors please contact Pioneer at
the above address. The MCI driver command set is available from Microsoft
as part of the Software Development Kit for Windows.





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