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This sample shows how to communicate with a USB device by using the Windows.Devices.Usb namespace. The sample can communicate with these devices: The OSR USB FX2 learning kit. You can get the learning kit from OSR Online. , The SuperMUTT device. You ...
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Updated 11/25/2013
Released 6/26/2013
6,954 Downloads
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This sample shows how to communicate with a USB CDC (Communications Device Class) device and sends and receives data through serial ports, such as a USB serial converter cable. The sample demonstrates the use of the Windows.Devices.Usb namespace.
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Updated 11/25/2013
Released 6/26/2013
5,555 Downloads
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This sample shows how a Windows Store app can update the firmware of a USB device. The update operation runs as a background task. The sample demonstrates the use of the Windows.Devices.Usb namespace.
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Updated 11/25/2013
Released 6/26/2013
1,873 Downloads
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This sample shows how to use the Windows.Devices.HumanInterfaceDevices API. It was designed to work with a programmable, USB-based, HID device called the SuperMUTT.
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Updated 10/1/2014
Released 6/26/2013
4,295 Downloads
All-In-One Code Framework - Microsoft
This VC++ code sample shows how to create a trigger-start Windows Service that starts when a generic USB disk or IP becomes available. Service Trigger Start is a new feature in Windows 7.
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Updated 8/20/2012
Released 8/20/2012
4,372 Downloads
C++
All-In-One Code Framework - Microsoft
This VC++ code sample shows how to create a trigger-start Windows Service that starts when a generic USB disk or IP becomes available. Service Trigger Start is a new feature in Windows 7.
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Updated 12/11/2012
Released 1/21/2011
8,506 Downloads
C++
All-In-One Code Framework - Microsoft
This VC# code sample shows how to create a trigger-start Windows Service that starts when a generic USB disk or IP becomes available. Service Trigger Start is a new feature in Windows 7.
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Updated 11/28/2012
Released 1/21/2011
9,744 Downloads
C#
All-In-One Code Framework - Microsoft
This VB.NET code sample shows how to create a trigger-start Windows Service that starts when a generic USB disk or IP becomes available. Service Trigger Start is a new feature in Windows 7.
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Updated 11/28/2012
Released 1/21/2011
9,396 Downloads
All-In-One Code Framework - Microsoft
This VC# code sample shows how to create a trigger-start Windows Service that starts when a generic USB disk or IP becomes available. Service Trigger Start is a new feature in Windows 7.
(0)
Updated 8/20/2012
Released 8/20/2012
4,168 Downloads
C#
All-In-One Code Framework - Microsoft
This VB.NET code sample shows how to create a trigger-start Windows Service that starts when a generic USB disk or IP becomes available. Service Trigger Start is a new feature in Windows 7.
(0)
Updated 8/20/2012
Released 8/20/2012
3,970 Downloads

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