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I need to do some kernel debugging on a Windows 7 target system. Unfortunately, the machine has no RS232 or 1394 ports. While the machine physically has USB 3.0 ports, there are no win7 USB 3.0 drivers installed. I am trying to figure out my options for debugging.
I do not have a USB 2.0 debug cable and am having trouble finding one for sale anywhere -- all the links I can find say no longer for sale. I have a USB 3.0 debug cable, but of course it will not work. Some questions:
Assuming I could get USB 3.0 drivers successfully installed (not sure if they are available for this server board), is this likely to work for USB debugging -- can I even do USB 3.0 debugging on Windows 7?
Failing that, does anyone know where I could purchase a USB 2.0 debug cable?
What other options do I have -- am I going to have to get and install 1394 cards on host and target?
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