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  • Paul Purvis
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    USB IN DOS?
    look here
    i am getting close to having my cake and eating it too.
    just having a little problem with my usb cable coming off the motherboard.
    yall give it some trys on some of these drivers.
    www.computing.net/dos/wwwboard/forum/13447.html


    also search for these drivers in the files
    duse_4_2.zip
    duse_4_4.zip (i believe this is best driver of the 3 by duse(cypress))
    duse_4_9.zip
    mhairu.zip
    be sure to pickup that usbaspi.sys driver from those panasonic sites
    listed in the above forum site. the site is in japanese and even though i cannot
    read any japanese i was able to make the right choices(process elimination). i am
    sure those of you can do the same. good luck. i personally need usb hard disk support and
    memorycard(file storage) support.


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  • Lance Edmonds
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    Jan's site is www.lvr.com as noted above...

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    Look into a book called. USB Complete by Jan Axelson

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  • Paul Mumford
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    Originally posted by Lance Edmonds:
    Looking one step beyond just sending/receiving data through the USB port, what sort of devices are you looking at communicating with, Paul? If your goal is to use a USB printer, then you'll likely find that each brand/model uses incompatible, proprietary, and largely undocumented "command languages"... hence Tom's comment above.

    Lance, The application would be to add USB capability to an embedded application done in PB.

    Paul



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  • Lance Edmonds
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    Looking one step beyond just sending/receiving data through the USB port, what sort of devices are you looking at communicating with, Paul? If your goal is to use a USB printer, then you'll likely find that each brand/model uses incompatible, proprietary, and largely undocumented "command languages"... hence Tom's comment above.


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  • Daryl Lock
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    Originally posted by Paul Mumford:
    How can one open a USB port with Power Basic for DOS?

    Paul Mumford

    There is (apparently) a (free) USB driver source for DOS at freedos.org but it's in Pascal so it'd need converting.

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  • Tom Hanlin
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    I'm not sure the road goes that far but, try here:

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

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  • Paul Mumford
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    How can one open a USB port with Power Basic for DOS?

    Paul Mumford


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