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We all use a number of USBs these days, and sometimes it can be useful to record them. If one of your USB sticks does not behave properly or if a USB device is causing problems with your computer, you need to examine the underlying details about how the driver interacts with the device and why the problem was caused. To view logs and collect packets between the driver and the hardware, we have this wonderful tool called Simple USB Logger or ‘USBlogger‘. Before I continue, I would like to draw your attention to the complexity of this tool.
The tool is not very easy to use and there are many fields and details you may never have heard of. Most terms refer to the technical aspects of USB sticks and how data is transferred between them.
Simple USB Recorder
The tool acts as middleware between the USB driver and the actual USB hardware. You can track traffic and transactions between your computer and the USB stick. This tool can be a great help for some advanced users who are able to understand the logs generated by the tool.
To start with the Simple USB Debugger, you must install the variant that matches your system architecture. When you have finished the installation, you must start a logging session. To start a session, click the first icon in the menu bar. You can also start a session with custom advanced options, but this post only covers the details of the simple monitoring session.
Once the session has started, Simple USB Logger waits for a USB key to be connected to your computer. The tool automatically starts recording via a USB connection. The session can be stopped or stopped later.
Overall, the application is clearly structured and the larger main window shows the details of the URB (USB Request Block) requirements after the start of the follow-up session. You can click on each query to view its properties and details in two of the smaller windows below. Using this debugging tool, Simple USB Logger can quickly find packages that have been completed with errors. To access such a package, just click on the button in the toolbar!
Another remarkable feature of this tool is its compatibility with virtual USB sticks. You can even read logs created by any virtual drive created by another software or tool.
If you encounter a BSOD when using a USB stick, you can use this tool to scan the memory.dmp file to discover the request that caused this error.
Overall, the Simple USB Logger is not so easy to use. You need to understand some of the technical terms associated with USB sticks and how they actually work. But it is certainly one of the best tools to understand the underlying principles of data transfer between your computer and a USB stick – if you know the terms. Click here to download the Simple USB Logger.
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