[Solved] CDC device recognized as HID device (Harmony 2.06 & windows 10)
I' trying to evaluate TCP/IP demos on the PIC32 Ethernet Starter Kit II in Windows 10 Pro x64 Build 17134.
The USB CDC class is used as project console on almost all the sample projects from Harmony2_06\apps\tcpip folder.
I can compile and and flash the projects, and the TCP part works fine (sockets listening and working).
The problem seems to be related with windows 10 CDC driver.
I know windows 10 is supposed to detect the CDC device automatically, but not in my case.
I remember earlier Windows versions require a .inf for CDC driver. Is there any equivalent file for windows 10?
Could someone please point me to right direction to get CDC device been recognized by windows 10?
post edited by iggardo - 2019/06/12 05:46:29