USB Testing

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  • Rayman wrote: »
    Just one I have a work somewhere...
    Can check model tomorrow...

    Annoying thing about it is that people will come by and touch the screen not knowing it's touch sensitive and make it do some random thing...

    Got a chuckle from that last bit. I know exactly how that feels. When my kids were very young I wanted them to be comfortable with computers so I put some games and a paint program on my computer (Win 3.1) and let them play on it. Quite an educational adventure having to undo all the inadvertent changes they made.
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  • model is Acer T231H.
    But, I think I'm better off with mouse or keyboard anyway...
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  • Since updating to latest USB code, haven't had to cycle power or reload firmware.

    But, have had to unplug and replug USB mouse a couple times to make it go..
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  • Rayman wrote: »
    But, have had to unplug and replug USB mouse a couple times to make it go..
    Low-speed or full-speed mouse?

    In my testing full-speed sometimes may need additional disconnect/connect attempts before it gets a good enumeration. Low-speed should be pretty solid.
    garryj
  • This is the cheap Amazon basic mouse. Think it's low speed.
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  • I did comment out this initial delay:
    'RJA waitx   ##_1ms * 5000                   ' Startup delay to allow terminal connect
    

    Any chance that matters?

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  • I don't think commenting out that delay would make a difference in your situation, as I had it there to give me time to get the PST enabled.

    I've got the Amazon Basics mouse, and it's low-speed. Is the mouse connected to the USB shield at startup? Don't really think this would matter, though. Do you have any debug output going to your terminal from the USB host? If something goes awry at connect, the host should output an error message if the initial device descriptor request fails.
    garryj
  • Yes I try to leave the mouse plugged in

    Its maybe one in 12 or so reprograms that it doesn't work until unplugged and replugged

    But maybe my messing with the code messed it up somehow
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