Yesterday, I decided to resolder the connections on my VFD since they weren't all that good when I got the LCD (it was done by someone else). I left all the wires in their place and just heated them up and added some solder, that was all what was necessary, since there was very few solder. Ok, so everything looked nice and clean. I went to my pc to hook it up, but nothing happened. But I've noticed that LPT1 has the address 3BC or something like that and LCDStudio wouldn't accept that, so I changed the address to LPT3 (I'm using a PCI card and I can change all my port addresses). When I did that there suddenly were 3 characters on my VFD, but nothing more happened. Then I had to reboot because I had changed the address. During the boot the 3 chars remained on the VFD and all of a sudden 2 more lighted up, so I had 5 weird characters on my VFD. Nothing happened when I started LCDStudio, so I unplugged the parallel port connector, but still, the 5 characters remained. Then I unplugged the molex connector and after that I plugged everything back in. But still nothing happened. The 5 chars were gone and nothing came back on. The weird thing is that the 5 chars stayed on the display during boot and that they didn't go away when I unplugged the parallel port connector. What could this be? How do I solve it?