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Basicly. I have a USB FX2 programmed for an arcade game known as "Pump it up" by Andamiro, And I have been looking for a way to test input under a windows environment and possibly use instead of having to boot up an arcade machine everytime I wanted to work with the hardware. I have many files for the software as well as firmware information from one of the games HDDs, But after installing cypress, It never detected the EZUSB FX2 device connected. Yes I had power going to it. Anybody know a simple way to get this hardware functioning with windows?