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I have an older USB device that currently runs on Windows XP, 32-bit. I would like to connect it to a more modern computer, preferably Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, 64-bit. The VendorID tells me it was an Anchor Chips board, which I believe was bought by Cypress. Do I have any hope of finding a driver that can connect to this hardware?
The device instance path is USB\VID_0547&PID_1002\5&2CE30177&0&2
I tried installing the CyUSB3 driver and changing the .ini file, but no luck. Is there any hope of making this work?