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  • Correcting Device Driver Issues
    the incorrectly installed device, device driver, registry entries, and installation files. Remove the Unknown Device from Windows Device Manager 1. Open Windows Device Manager as follows: Windows 98/ME: ??Go to the desktop and right-click on My Computer. ??Select Properties from the pop-up menu
  • Smart Computing Article - Device Drivers
    February 2000 Vol.4 Issue 1 Add To My Personal Library Letting Your PC & Hardware Communicate Nothing can frustrate even simple computer upgrades like device driver problems. It is especially frustrating to discover an operating system cannot detect a new piece of hardware, yet the installation
  • Matching Device Drivers with Embedded Hardware
    and the hardware interface with each other through device drivers. The selection of any piece-operating system, hardware or device driver-impacts the other pieces. In embedded systems consisting of both hardware and software components, the division of time has shifted from years past. Much of the complexity
  • Writing Windows WDM Device Drivers
    Writing Windows WDM Device Drivers. A nuts-and-bolts reference highlighting the Windows Driver Model (WDM).
  • USB Driver Customization
    for the CP210x family and is included with the purchase of a CP210x Evaluation Kit. Additionally, drivers can be created using the USBXpress TM development kit for the CP210x, C8051F32x, and C8051F34x device families. This document describes the steps necessary to customize the Windows (R) device driver
  • AN-00201 - Installing the SDM-USB-QS-S Drivers
    The Linx SDM-USB-QS-S module requires that device drivers be installed on the host PC before they can interact. The drivers tell the PC how to talk to the module. The CDM drivers for the QS Series module actually install two different drivers at the same time, one for communicating directly
  • Medical Device Link .
    includes a device driver kit (DDK)
  • USB Mass Storage Device Reference Design Programmer's Guide
    Among the USB device classes natively supported by popular operating systems, the USB Mass Storage Device (MSD) class is one of the most widely supported device classes. A USB device that supports this class can use the built-in drivers provided by the operating system, without the need to install

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