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PCIe to I2C Bridge Windows Driver

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  • Peter_Viscarola_(OSR)Peter_Viscarola_(OSR) Administrator Posts: 8,996

    How and when does the child devices' EvtDeviceAdd would be called?

    As Doron noted, it's not called in the BUS driver... The child device's EvtDriverDeviceAdd Event Processing Callback is called in the FUNCTION driver when it is loaded on top of the PDO that your Bus Driver creates, and it (the FUNCTION driver) subsequently creates the FDO.

    Is there a sample driver that I can refer for this

    I know that the "Toaster" series of samples in the WDK has a sample bus driver. I've never reviewed it... I just know it exists. But it'll at least give you a place to start.

    You could do Static Enumeration with this bus driver... though, frankly, it doesn't save you much effort.

    Peter

    Peter Viscarola
    OSR
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  • rusakov2rusakov2 Member Posts: 48

    @Peter_Viscarola_(OSR) said:
    MUCH more clear. Thank you.

    Yay for supporting the i.MX SoC! Long live NXP! Do they (NXP) even still support Windows IoT core?

    They were, iMX7 was supported at least in 2020

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