Dcw76, Whatever driver you have on your PC will not work on any OS on the Pi. PCs are Intel x86 processors, Raspberry Pi uses an ARM processor, as do phones and most tablets and many embedded systems. Wacom Bamboo Driver Windows 10. It's not clear to me how after all these years everyone does not know this.
Kensington Usb 3.0 Docking Station Windows 10 Drivers. WinUSB driver on Windows 10 IoT. I'm trying to use the WinUsb.sys driver that comes with Windows (including Windows 10 IoT of Raspberry Pi 2). Hello Everyone and Microsoft Team I have the 1st Generation M3D printer and wanted to know if this. M3D Printer Support for Windows 10 IOT.
Further, Win Whatever IoT is not Win 10. So perhaps the drivers are not compatible even if the processor achitecture was. Sadly it's unlikely you device manufacture will provide any driver for the Pi. Might be worth asking I guess. That kind of leaves reverse engineering the protocol used to communicate with the device and creating your own driver for it. I would suggest doing this for Raspbian rather than Win whatever, then it will be useful to a huge community of Pi users and you will be a hero.
Is this a USB device? I'd be curious to see what messages appear in dmesg when you plug it in. Or what the output of lsusb might be. Hi Thanks to fruitoftheloom and Heater for your help, I know about difference of processors and drivers related to them and also know that IOT version is very limited of the main windows version but I had explain all position to people who may can help me in cause of any suggestion as transferring from x86 to ARM and recompiling. If there is not, may be it be a good idea for a software that do this transfer. Both of you had wrote about writing driver by my self, thanks again and I try it, because the printer manufacture is Chinese and unfortunately I don't find any manufacture source.