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Assuming that you have a parallel port, and that it's enabled in your BIOS so that Windows sees it and has a device driver for it installed, I think you can access the port through the device name LPTx: where x is a number starting from 1, so it would most likely be LPT1: - it could also just be LPT: - I'm not totally sure about it.
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