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Porting xHCI 1.0 driver to xHCI 1.1 by implementing xHCI 1.1 features

ReddyReddy Member Posts: 11

Hi,

I am currently working on porting xHCI 1.0 compatible driver to xHCI 1.1, by implementing xHCI 1.1 specification features.
After implementing the xHCI 1.1 features in my driver, how should i check whether the features are correctly implemented.
Are there any WHQL test cases or any other microsoft tools which test the xHCI driver whether is xHCI 1.1 compatible?

Thanks

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  • Tim_RobertsTim_Roberts Member - All Emails Posts: 13,449
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    Reddy wrote:
    > I am currently working on porting xHCI 1.0 compatible driver to xHCI 1.1, by implementing xHCI 1.1 specification features.
    >
    > After implementing the xHCI 1.1 features in my driver, how should i check whether the features are correctly implemented.
    >
    > Are there any WHQL test cases or any other microsoft tools which test the xHCI driver whether is xHCI 1.1 compatible?

    I would expect those kinds of tools to come from the USB Implementor's
    Forum, at www.usb.org.  Have you scanned their tool library?

    Since the number of xHCI host controller vendors in the world can be
    counted on one hand, there's probably not a big demand for Microsoft to
    provide those tests.

    Tim Roberts, [email protected]
    Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.

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