Using VC++ 6.0 to find a USB device.

Posted on 2009-02-20
Last Modified: 2013-12-14
I am trying a write a program in vc++ 6.0 to find a USB device. I have installed the driver for the device (winusb), but I can not find any good examples that show how to find the USB device. I have found some examples on the internet, but none of them seem to compile in VC++ 6.0. I am looking for a simple project I can compile and run in debug mode so I can figure this thing out. I next option to to rewrite the whole thing in Visual Basic .net 2005. Please help with an example.
Question by:Eric_Braun
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    I'd suggest that you start with the UVCView example from the MSDN documentation disks.
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    I've translated that example to C# and wrote an article about it...   so if you're interested in a bit more information (without regard to the C# language), you might find the following article interesting:

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