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How to write a USB driver in DOS mode?

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Dear all:

I want to write a USB driver in dos mode?
Please tell me is there any related sample code or document I can reference?
Thank you in advance.

T.L
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T.L,

CATC USB4DOS Protocol Stack software package dbrunton mentions
is offered for sale for embedded applications and starts at $1000.00
and also sold in volume discounts but not sure if you get source...

Your question mentions wanting to "write a USB driver in dos mode..."
For what language is this? I've seen many references to drivers
written in Turbo Pascal with some containing source...
Also various units for USB in DOS ...

Here's a download of source showing how to do a USB Stack under DOS :

http://people.freenet.de/dieterp/usb4dos.zip

Includes brief readme on the units
and here's other info on it and its site :

http://people.freenet.de/dieterp/main.htm#P5

http://people.freenet.de/dieterp

There are USB device drivers available for DOS
and here are some USB resources
including some Pascal stuff :

http://www.boomspeed.com/darkehorse/PC/DOS/Drivers/USB/index.shtml

Please post back with whatever other details you can provide
on your project if none of this is helpful ...
 
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