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Wim Brul

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Re: USB Audio
« Reply #45 on: March 12, 2017, 05:01:08 pm »
For proper result you MUST have DEVICE=C:\OS2\BOOT\USBRESMG.SYS in your CONFIG.SYS file. If you REM it out then you get RC=0x1B58.
I ran your script over here and I get USBCALLS 14.210  and USBRESMG 14.210 which is correct for with my latest set.

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Re: USB Audio
« Reply #46 on: March 12, 2017, 05:32:00 pm »
That's correct, but if I do not override usbresmg.sys, I do not have improvements with the videos. What is not exactly why?
I can also tell you that with different versions of usbresmg.sys, the program usbres.exe shows me different connected devices. Having physically the same. Without rem usbresmg.sys.

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Re: USB Audio
« Reply #47 on: March 12, 2017, 10:50:59 pm »
I have a question to Wim.
After returning the config.sys to its correct state with the usbresmg.sys and restart. Run the cmd and show me this:with 2 devices, the external devices conected. The firts time that I see 2 devices only.
[d:\usbreles]usb-queryversion
+RxUsbQueryVersion(),RC=0x0
*RxUsbQueryVersion(),RC=0x0
USBCALLS 14.210
USBRESMG 14.210
-RxUsbQueryVersion(),RC=0x0
+RxUsbQueryNumberDevices(),RC=0x0
*RxUsbQueryNumberDevices(),RC=0x0
number 4
-RxUsbQueryNumberDevices(),RC=0x0

The question, Is it normal for the device list to show me the internal devices?
And I ask this because I only have two accessories connected. One wifi mouse, and relay board2303.
When I show the other two internal usb, if I pulse the wifi on / off one of them disappears and appears.

The 2 internal devices are:
<<< Device Description >>>
 Type            : 01
 USB Rev         : 200
 Class           : Unknown class E0
 Subclass        : Unknown Subclass E0
 Protocol        : Unknown Protocol E0
 Max. packetsize : 40
 Vendor  ID      : 03F0
 Product ID      : 231D
 Device Release# : 0306
 Strings:
  Manufacturer Name : Broadcom Corp
  Product Name      : HP Integrated Module
  Serial number     : Not implemented
 Number of Configurations : 1
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<<< Device Description >>>
 Type            : 01
 USB Rev         : 110
 Class           : Vendor specific
 Subclass        : Vendor specific
 Protocol        : Vendor specific
 Max. packetsize : 08
 Vendor  ID      : 138A
 Product ID      : 0007
 Device Release# : 0072
 Strings:
  Manufacturer Name : Not implemented
  Product Name      : Not implemented
  Serial number     : 00a058c13587
 Number of Configurations : 1
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Re: USB Audio
« Reply #48 on: March 13, 2017, 11:51:12 am »
Hallo Roberto,

Quote
The question, Is it normal for the device list to show me the internal devices?
And I ask this because I only have two accessories connected. One wifi mouse, and relay board2303.
When I show the other two internal usb, if I pulse the wifi on / off one of them disappears and appears.

It is normal that both the internal and external connected devices are shown in the device list.
It is possible on some systems  that the bios allows you to enable/disable internal connected devices.
There are devices that disappear/ reappear as part of their device specific initialization sequence.

The 03F0:231D device - Broadcom Corp HP Integrated Module - is one of those device that first appears as one type of device and later on (after disappear/reappear) shows op as a different type of device.

The 138A:0007 device - is your Fingerprint Reader.

Regards