I also found a tool from Texas Instruments, helping to generate composite descriptors as well as corresponding .INF files. Unfortunately, this tool is focused on MSP430, but the generated descriptors are written as C structures, so they may be of any help for comparing with current descriptors for CDC-HID in Espruino.
Thanks - that's interesting... It could well be an IAD is needed.
Maybe with the TI tool (or an example for ST) we can compare the descriptors that are generated.
It might just be that a few extra bytes need adding to that descriptor to get it working.
are there any changes with HID-support for Windows?
Need that feature and ready to try digging into INF files, if this is the only solution.
Hi, I'm afraid there haven't been any changes with it recently. If you're able to figure out what it is about the descriptor that windows doesn't like (there might be some USB debug tools?) then I'm more than happy to make the relevant changes as well :)
Also, Zadig might be worth a try? It's possible it'll be able to force the driver installation.
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