I have a device which is supposed to be generating interrupts but my ISR is never getting called on a certain machine. The same device and driver works fine on a machine with a somewhat different architecture, with my ISR being called.
I would like to see the raw count of interrupts from the device. In a *nix system, I could just do 'cat /proc/interrupts', but I don't see a way to get this in Windows. I have set up a kernel debugging connection over Ethernet, and I can break in and see regs, variables, etc.
Does anyone know a way to do this?