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Date: Thu, 28 Sep 2000 14:19:03 -0700
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From: Matt Lewandowsky <matt DOT l AT techie DOT com>
Subject: Re: USB support for DOS
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You can start with a skeleton such as the one from www.catc.com or you can 
search google for "usb dos"

- --Matt

At 07.20 09/28/2000, you wrote:
>In <8qv5rj$6pu$2 AT news DOT germany DOT net> "Martin Czamai" 
><M DOT Czamai AT peak-system DOT com> writes:
>
> >is it possible to access a USB-device under DOS? If so, how?
>
>By writing a device driver for it.
>
>Dan
>--
>Dan Pop
>CERN, IT Division
>Email: Dan DOT Pop AT cern DOT ch
>Mail:  CERN - IT, Bat. 31 1-014, CH-1211 Geneve 23, Switzerland

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