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I am a beginner in kmdf driver development.
I would like to just try creating a simple driver to read data from my mouse ( I don't want the mouse to work, just get the data sent on the USB ).
I used the "kmdf_enumswitches" kmdf template as it is supposed to read continous data on the USB (?) but the function "WdfUsbTargetDeviceCreateWithParameters" returns "STATUS_INVALID_DEVICE_REQUEST"
My guess is that the system knows it is a HID mouse and don't let me open an USB handle to it.
Maybe what I am trying to do is not doable.
In this case, I thought about using an Arduino Due to send data to the driver, would that be an easier approach?
Thanks in advance
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