7 Replies Latest reply on Jun 14, 2011 1:47 PM by dennis.mcleod

    cyload question

    dennis.mcleod

      In the DvkUsersGuide.pdf section "Firmware Download Drivers" it says in the description of cyload.spt that it is "the bulkloop firmware example".  When I download that firmware, the string descriptors show up on the host as [0]="Cypress" and [1]="EZ-USB FX2".  After looking at the bulkloop sources in the examples directory, in dscr.a51 i see 3 string descriptors:   [0]=09h,04h   [1]="Cypress" and [2]="EZ-USB"

         

       

         

      So question 1) what is that first string index, that contains two bytes 09,04?

         

      and question 2) Why does windows see the last string as "EZ-USB FX2" and the dscr.a51 has StringDscr2 as only "EZ-USB"?  

         

      Is this not where these strings come from?

         

       

         

      many thanks!