Thank You for your continued support and contributions!
P.S. Is there a chance that it did patch, but did not write to the screen? If so, should I try loading rockbox?
OK, if we want this on Windows, someone is going to have to write code that DOES NOT use libusb-win32. It has problems with the device in manufacturing mode. There must be something else that will work better (perhaps DirectX [http://www.adontec.com/driverx_usb.htm] or USBIO development kit [http://www.thesycon.de/eng/usbio.shtml]).
Developing a kernel-mode WDM driver is considerably different to developing Windows applications. It requires specialist knowledge in kernel-mode programming and a deep understanding of operating system internals. The development and debugging process can be very time-consuming, especially if the driver has to support different Windows versions (e.g. Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista).
usb_set_configuration(ud, 1);usb_claim_interface(ud, E200_INTERFACE);
Now, is there a way to make this call without disconnecting and reconnecting the device?
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