- Drivers Lifescan Port Devices Scanner
If there is a serial connection, then you might want to consider using
that. It will be slower, but there are classes in the framework (2.0 and
up) which allow you to handle Serial devices.
You will want to use the classes in the System.IO.Ports namespace to
access the port to your device.
Beyond that, you have to figure out the protocol for getting the data.
Hope this helps.
- Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]
'Jimmy Reds' <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
I have a blood glucose meter (a Lifescan OneTouch Ultra in case anyone
was wondering) which I connect to my PC using a USB cable and I would
like to have a go at accessing the data on this device without having
to use the software provided by Lifescan. The software is free and is
okay but it's not very good at manipulating the data.
Although I connect my meter using a USB cable, it can be connected by a
serial cable (there is a 3.5mm input jack which the cable plugs into)
so I think the key to accessing the device is through the cable itself
and the drivers which come with it.
My question is really how do I even get started? I've looked around
for guides on accessing UDB devices and I can't really find much info.
I think I'm right in assuming that I don't try and access the device
directly but use the drivers provided.
Sorry to sound a bit dumb. Just a few basic pointers would be a great
Tap on the Windows-key, type gpedit.msc, and hit the Enter-key. This opens the Group Policy Editor on Windows. Go to Computer Configuration Administrative Templates System Device Installation Device Installation Restrictions. Double-click on 'Prevent installation of devices that match any of these device IDs'.
Drivers Lifescan Port Devices Scanner
- May 06, 2020 This cable is compatible with many Digital Devices. The One Touch Backup button easily copies files to the connected storage device. One Touch USB Cable eBay. Apparently it was a clone of a Prolific cable. Download Alexa for your Windows 10 PC for free. Prolific put out a new driver that rejected the clone cable.
- Update/Rollback a device driver if the USB device not recognized. Device Manager operation is another widely suggested way to troubleshoot a non-recognizable USB device on Youtube and IT forums. Does this method apply to your situation? Go on to have a check. Type device manager in the search box to open Device Manager.
- When you plug the device into your USB, Windows will look for the associated driver, if it cannot find this driver then you will be prompted to insert the driver disc that came with your device. Common USB Device errors are ‘ usb port not working ‘, ‘device descriptor request failed error’ or ‘bugcodeusbdriver’ issues.