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I am using python 2.2 and want to make use of the library PyUsb. I tried a lot but couldn't get it right. Can anyone please help how to do that.

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What files have you downloaded, and where are they installed?

Hi thanks for the reply
I did the following procedure

1) Downloaded "libusb-win32-device-bin-0.1.12.1"
2) Got the following DLL's from its "Bin" directory
- libusb0.dll
- libusb0.sys
- libusb0_x64.dll
- libusb0_x64.sys

3) Put these DLL's inside the folder -> C:\Python22\DLLs
( Python22 is my Python installed folder )

4) I searched for the USB file for python2.2 but didnt get it. So tried using the USB file of python2.3 ( http://web.media.mit.edu/~dmerrill/sensor_network_applications/usb.pyd_2.3 )

5) Put inside the folder -> C:\Python22\Lib\site-packages

6) Now from my python prompt, if I do "import usb" -> It gives an error - The ordinal 77 could not be located in the DLL libusb0.dll

Thereafter could not debug this problem. Please help if possible

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