[Wine] Fwd: Unable to Get Sony IC Recorder (Digital Voice Editor 3.3.01) to Work with 32-bit Wine (Windows Emulator) in 64-bit Fedora 11 x86_64 Linux

Alexander Morozov amorozov at etersoft.ru
Fri Sep 17 08:17:20 CDT 2010

Dear Teo En Ming,

There may be many reasons for this:
1) a program uses some not fully implemented setupapi functions to find a 
2) a program can not open a device file created by a driver (driver did not 
create device file due to some errors)
3) a program is trying to use Read/WriteFile for device file, this is not 
supported now
4) may be something else

Try WINEDEBUG=+setupapi,+file,+winedevice,+ntoskrnl,+usbhub

Best regards,
Alexander Morozov

On Friday 17 September 2010 14:12:30 Mr. Teo En Ming (Zhang Enming) 张恩鸣 of 
Singapore wrote:
> Dear Alexander Morozov,
>  From the output of the command "ps -ef | grep wine", we can observe
> that the native Windows USB driver ICDUSB2.sys for the Sony IC Recorder
> gets loaded with winedevice.exe.
> enming   18814 18781  0 16:15 ?        00:00:00
> C:\windows\system32\winedevice.exe ICDUSB2
> However, Digital Voice Editor 3 (under Wine) simply would not detect the
> Sony IC Recorder. The dialog box says:
> "Could not communicate with IC Recorder.
> Make sure that the cable is connected properly.
> Remove the cable from the IC Recorder and then connect it again.
> If another user is operating the Digital Voice Editor, quit the software."

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