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I have designed an USB HID device which can answer our queries. So I can request this device for updates and the USB device sends back the updated data.
I am writing an application in C# using VS2010 and I have used USB HID library from Atmel "atusbhid.dll". I have some controls on the main form including text boxes and combo boxes.
Now the problem is that the application starts normal but gets slower and unresponsive with time passage. I have tried to solve the problem using Threads too, but not fruitful.

What is the best way to synchronize with USB HID device and to keep the GUI responsive?
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Updated 18-Dec-13 2:04am
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Pheonyx 18-Dec-13 8:44am    
What debugging have you tried? Have you managed to identify what parts of the code get slower? Have you looked at the applications memory usage (i.e. is there a memory leak)?
qureshi.yk 18-Dec-13 14:01pm    
When I created a separate thread to retrieve data from USB device, I observed that after a while the device was still getting requests from the PC but my GUI was unresponsive. And what I think is that the GUI is not fast enough to get updated.

I would be very pleased if you can provide me any example or link to data polling with USB devices in C#.
Pheonyx 18-Dec-13 14:56pm    
What happens if you take out the automatic updating and have a button in your UI that asks for a fresh from the device?
qureshi.yk 19-Dec-13 9:10am    
With a single button click and also with longer delays it works absolutely ok and this is the reason why I think that the GUI is not fast enough to update the controls with automatic refresh. My desired refresh rate is 2 times a second.
qureshi.yk 30-Jan-14 18:05pm    
I found the solution in Ahid.dll. This is paid USB HID library which really works fantastic for me. more information can be found at: http://ahidlib.com/index.php/ahid-and-vb

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