Pcmcia identifiers

Hi,
I have cardbus controller connected to my PCI bus and I pluged the only
PCMCIA card I have to it (a 4-port USB host controller). The weird thing is
that pcmcia.sys reports the following IDs for the device:
PCI\VEN_1033&DEV_0035&REV_41
PCI\VEN_1033&DEV_0035
PCI\VEN_1033&CC_0C0310
PCI\VEN_1033&CC_0C03
PCI\VEN_1033
PCI\CC_0C0310
PCI\CC_0C03

Those identifiers start with "PCI" which seems weird to me since I thought
they would start with "PCMCIA" since they are PCMCIA enumerated. I searched
my %windir%\inf for the string "PCMCIA", however and only found one device
that will load for an identifier that starts with this string (PCMCIA
IDE/ATAPI Controller).

What am I getting wrong?

Thanks,
Shahar

This is the difference between a PCCARD (32 bit, enums using PCI) and
PCMCIA device (16 bit, enums using PCMCIA).

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Sent: Monday, December 06, 2004 12:22 PM
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Subject: [ntdev] Pcmcia identifiers

Hi,
I have cardbus controller connected to my PCI bus and I pluged the only
PCMCIA card I have to it (a 4-port USB host controller). The weird thing
is
that pcmcia.sys reports the following IDs for the device:
PCI\VEN_1033&DEV_0035&REV_41
PCI\VEN_1033&DEV_0035
PCI\VEN_1033&CC_0C0310
PCI\VEN_1033&CC_0C03
PCI\VEN_1033
PCI\CC_0C0310
PCI\CC_0C03

Those identifiers start with "PCI" which seems weird to me since I
thought
they would start with "PCMCIA" since they are PCMCIA enumerated. I
searched
my %windir%\inf for the string "PCMCIA", however and only found one
device
that will load for an identifier that starts with this string (PCMCIA
IDE/ATAPI Controller).

What am I getting wrong?

Thanks,
Shahar


Questions? First check the Kernel Driver FAQ at
http://www.osronline.com/article.cfm?id=256

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