This is reprinted here in this section so it doesn't become lost.
I do have a question. I brought my GCP security device with me. It's not specific to an operating system, is it? I had it installed on a machine running Windows 98 in the DR and within the last hour or so installed it on a Windows XP macchine and it's not working. GCP stays in Demo mode. Could the x-ray machine at the airport have damaged it? It was in my carry-on bag all the time. But the bag was scanned at one point and then hand checked at another point
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If GCP is installed on the C: drive, in the drivers folder is a driver for the parallel port security device named GCP-Parallel-Drivers-2002.exe:
Just double click the file to install the drivers.
It is necessary to install these drivers with the security device attached
on all OS.
With NT systems (NT4, 2000, XP) a service which requires the presence of the device must be run. The OS will do this automatically when you boot but if you boot first and then attach the device second, the service will not get a chance to start.
There is also a special manual just for the security device in c:\General Cadd\Help named SecurityDeviceHelp.chm:
Just double click it to run it.
If these suggestions don't help, please write back.