I am attempting to get a usb joystick to work in dos. Log in or Sign up. Good day to you. JohnWill , Apr 26, Apr 10, Messages: From there is a simple matter of wiring the two board together, using a ribbon cable. Today I’ve received this message from Bret Johnson:
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DOC file for documentation and information on how to use the programs. Support for other types of host controllers will be added joystifk the future, but is not available yet. This was done by soldering a connector and some hearder pins to an old piece of perf-board.
Construction I started with mounting a power connector and the RS level converter to a project box. Log in or Sign up. Some may not know: Therein lies the problem: This site is completely free — paid for by advertisers and donations.
I only use Intel hardware, cause no matter how picky a program is, it always works fine with Intel stuff. You don’t necessarily need to be a programmer to help out, either.
There are several programs here that will allow you to use USB keyboards, mice, dosush, printers, and disk drives in DOS. SOme device makers may have written third party controllers but not many. Here is my config. Where is by DOS stuff? After confirming that the wiring was correct, the only other things that could go wrong were the Host Board and the RS level converter.
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There are LOTS of things that still need to be done, including testing, documentation, program additions and upgrades, etc. This is what it looks like with the connectors joined together. Posted 16 July – I am sending this e-mail to you because you have contacted me in the past regarding at least one of my DOS programs, and I thought you dowusb be interested in knowing that I have just released some DOS USB drivers for testing.
Posted 21 September – Posted 03 July – From there is a simple matter of wiring the two board joyatick, using a ribbon cable. Welcome to Tech Support Guy!
New DOS USB driver package – FreeDos and Dos –