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Re: About time spend when processing Dispatch routine-?

OSR_Community_UserOSR_Community_User Member Posts: 110,217
Matt and all others,
I meant DPC routine(s) first as my driver doesn't require an interrupt from
device to process an I/O operation. It can catch interrupts event but I
wasn't able to test that. So I have designed driver to work also through
IOCTL codes with DeviceIoControl (don't recall the exact name) function
call inside win32 application. As I presume that device doesn't rise
interrupt I use DPCs as some kind of WatchDog timer.
As other routines I also meant I/O routines (StarIo, AdapterControl etc.)
But I think I have received all answers I needed,
thanks to you all for your contribution,

Nenad Prekupec
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