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Anonymous
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Now, I think about FX3 device with Windows 10 IoT.

Windows OS device driver had been released.

http://japan.cypress.com/knowledge-base-article/drivers-ez-usb-fx1-fx2lp-and-fx3-kba94413

Can I use this driver for Windows 10 IoT ?

Windows 10 IoT Enterprise is needed ?
 

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Hi,

The above cyusb3_universal folder has a .inf file. This .inf file can be converted to the .cab file by following the steps in the given link for a Windows 10 IoT Core.

https://github.com/ms-iot/iot-adk-addonkit/blob/master/Tools/IoTCoreImaging/Docs/New-IoTInf2Cab.md.

Best Regards,
AliAsgar

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Anonymous
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Please find the attached zip file. It contains the drivers for Windows IOT. You can test and validate the same. We have not tested this driver thoroughly, please let us know if you face any difficulty. 

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Anonymous
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Dear Nishant,

Thanks for drivers.
I try to use this.

Best Regards,
shingo

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Dear Nishant,

Is there an updated version of those drivers?

I tried installing it on my Raspberry Pi 3+, but it complained it was a .cat file instead of a .cab file.

Also tried to follow this link:

Install USB Peripheral Drivers - Windows IoT | Microsoft Docs

But with no success.

Pardon my stupidity, but should I compile this .zip into a .cab file ?

Best Regards,

Bruno

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Hi,

The above cyusb3_universal folder has a .inf file. This .inf file can be converted to the .cab file by following the steps in the given link for a Windows 10 IoT Core.

https://github.com/ms-iot/iot-adk-addonkit/blob/master/Tools/IoTCoreImaging/Docs/New-IoTInf2Cab.md.

Best Regards,
AliAsgar

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