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How to send USB packets to a peripheral

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rol73

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I'm developing an USB mouse interface on FPGA. I will testing it using my home PC, with Windows 95 as operating system, but I don't know how to send USB packets to my device (without writing my own program, of course).
There are some freeware tools to send and receive USB packets?
 

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rol73 said:
I'm developing an USB mouse interface on FPGA. I will testing it using my home PC, with Windows 95 as operating system, but I don't know how to send USB packets to my device (without writing my own program, of course).
There are some freeware tools to send and receive USB packets?
Win95 and USB is a very bad idea.
I recoment to use at least Win98SE for usb development.

Take a look at USBIO at www.thesycon.de . They have a demo with source which you can try. The demo works for .5 hour then you have to reboot.

usbman
 

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