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winusb? To control a USB controller board

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ConsultingJoe

I found this site that has sample code using .NET tho

http://www.lvr.com/winusb.htm

And the board I want to control is here

http://www.fusioncontrolcentre.com/FusionS...talog/index.php

if anyone has any information about controlling USB using the winusb drivers please let me know,

Thank you in advance.


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ConsultingJoe

Any Ideas?

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Confuzzled

Any Ideas?

one bump

You could adapt one of the USB rocket launcher devices to press the bump key on your keyboard! :P

Seriously, have you looked at the document http://download.microsoft.com/download/9/c...nUsb_HowTo.docx? You need to create a device driver, install it, load it, get a handle for it, initialise the device, configure it, and then start communicating with it via the supplied DLL WinUsb.dll. Sounds easy to do in AutoIT?

What have you tried so far?

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ConsultingJoe

You could adapt one of the USB rocket launcher devices to press the bump key on your keyboard! :P

Seriously, have you looked at the document http://download.microsoft.com/download/9/c...nUsb_HowTo.docx? You need to create a device driver, install it, load it, get a handle for it, initialise the device, configure it, and then start communicating with it via the supplied DLL WinUsb.dll. Sounds easy to do in AutoIT?

What have you tried so far?

Thanks for the reply, I see what you mean. And that is why I found a different, better board

http://www.electronickits.com/kit/complete/data/vek8055.htm

what do you think, I haven't got it yet but it is ordered. It looks easier because it should just be driver and dllcall. Theres good documentation on the site but I'm not good with dllcalls./

thanks


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