So are these in stock ready to order?
Also do you have any pics of all the sensors? On your store all it shows are generic icons..
I did post all the pictures but they were too bif for everyones browsers. If you want to look at them, here is the link though: http://www.fusioncontrolcentre.com/T...php?only=photo
I wont be ableto get to it for a while though because there are quite a few other things going on I absolutely need to get done by next Monday...
I am working on some compatability issues right now with the current software that has priority. I cannot test or run the program on my new machine due to it running on Vista and not XP. I cannot test or run anything because of the way drivers have changed. I have been working about 18hours a day specifically on this since I realized it, and I am not finished with it yet. I must completely re-write the driver as well as the entire way the device communicates through USB. I have re-written the driver, and it is recognized by Vista and XP, but now I must navigate the brand new WinUSB API to find how to send and receive data through the generic data pipes. To make everything worse, WinUSB has only been available since April, so documentation and examples are scarse to none.
If anyones knows about or knows someone who knows about WinUSB_WritePipe and WinUSB_ReadPipe, let me know because this is where I am stuck at present. Today I was able to find the device and create a temporary handle for it, but any attempt to read or write data causes a memory error because something is pointed towards protected memory allocations... arrg.
Well hopefully once I get this damned winusb thing sorted out, it wont matter if it is #127 in a USB daisy chain of hubs, because it will be working at the windows system level. The tradeoff is that it will be Vista native, and XP requires a co-installer for the dll. So the Vista driver is about 10kb, and the XP driver is about 50mb.
But if I cant figure out how to write to the pipes, it doesnt really matter. :D
I am asking some gurus on a different forum for help as well because this does have me baffled. :confused:
50mb driver? no thanks...
The way USB works in Vista has pretty much completely changed under the hood and is causing pretty big headaches, but once it is done, it will be worth it.
Any of the stuff at http://www.beyondlogic.org/ useful?
Lots of USB info