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adding a parallel port via PCI-E
« on: August 27, 2015, 02:44:22 AM »
http://lavalink.com/products/serial-and-parallel-cards/pcie-bus-io-cards/parallel-pcie-pcie-1-port-epp-2/
http://www.startech.com/ca/Cards-Adapters/Parallel/1-Port-EPP-ECP-PCI-Express-Parallel-Card-~PEX1P

is apparently possible

but most parallel port midi driver software will be 32bit only and not work in 64bit versions of windows
like vista64, win7, win8 etc

u would have to run xp32bit, or vista 32bit, or win7 32bit in order to use them. even with the adapter.