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Access USB From C#.net 2005

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i have a USB smart card reader which connects to the USB port.
How can i Read/ Write to the usb port.
i am developing using C#.net 2005 .
i ahve got some unreliable code from net.
pls help me.
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use your IO class
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Dear Jaime Olivares,

Thnak you.
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