The IoReportResourceForDetection routine claims hardware resources in the configuration registry for a legacy device.
NTSTATUS IoReportResourceForDetection( PDRIVER_OBJECT DriverObject, PCM_RESOURCE_LIST DriverList, ULONG DriverListSize, PDEVICE_OBJECT DeviceObject, PCM_RESOURCE_LIST DeviceList, ULONG DeviceListSize, PBOOLEAN ConflictDetected );
Pointer to the driver object that was input to the driver's DriverEntry routine.
Optionally points to a caller-supplied buffer that contains the driver's resource list, if the driver claims the same resources for all its devices. If the caller specifies a DeviceList, this parameter is ignored.
Specifies the size in bytes of an optional DriverList. If DriverList is NULL, this parameter should be zero.
Optionally points to the device object representing device for which the driver is attempting to claim resources.
Optionally points to a caller-supplied buffer containing the device's resource list. If the driver claims the same resources for all its devices, the caller can specify a DriverList instead.
Specifies the size in bytes of an optional DeviceList. If DeviceList is NULL, this parameter should be zero.
Pointer to a caller-supplied Boolean value that is set to TRUE on return if the resources are not available.
IoReportResourceForDetection returns STATUS_SUCCESS if the resources are claimed. Possible error return values include the following.
||The resources could not be claimed because they are already in use or are needed for a PnP-enumerable device.|
||The DeviceList or DriverList is invalid.|
This routine is for drivers that detect earlier hardware which cannot be enumerated by Plug and Play (PnP).
If a driver supports only PnP hardware, it does no detection and therefore does not call IoReportResourceForDetection. The PnP system enumerates each PnP device, assigns resources to the device, and passes those resources to the device's drivers in an IRP_MN_START_DEVICE request.
If a PnP driver supports legacy hardware, however, it must call IoReportResourceForDetection to claim hardware resources before it attempts to detect the device.
Callers of this routine specify a CM_RESOURCE_LIST in either a DeviceList or a DriverList that is allocated from paged memory and that consists of raw, untranslated resources. The caller is responsible for freeing the memory.
A driver that can control more than one legacy card at the same time should claim the resources for each device against the device object for the respective device (using the DeviceObject, DeviceList, and DeviceListSize parameters). Such a driver must not claim these resources against their driver object.
A CM_RESOURCE_LIST contains two variable-sized arrays. Each array has a default size of one. If either array has more than one element, the caller must allocate memory dynamically to contain the additional elements. Only one CM_PARTIAL_RESOURCE_DESCRIPTOR can be part of each CM_FULL_RESOURCE_DESCRIPTOR in the list, except for the last full resource descriptor in the CM_RESOURCE_LIST, which can have additional partial resource descriptors in its array.
IoReportResourceForDetection, with the help of the PnP manager, determines whether the resources being requested conflict with resources that have already been claimed.
If a conflict is detected, this routine sets the BOOLEAN at ConflictDetected to TRUE and returns STATUS_CONFLICTING_ADDRESSES.
If no conflict is detected, this routine claims the resources, sets the BOOLEAN at ConflictDetected to FALSE, and returns STATUS_SUCCESS.
If this routine succeeds and the driver detects a legacy device, the driver reports the device to the PnP manager by calling IoReportDetectedDevice. In that call, the driver sets ResourceAssigned to TRUE so the PnP manager does not attempt to claim the resources again.
When a driver no longer requires the resources claimed by a call to this routine, the driver calls this routine again with a DriverList or DeviceList with a Count of zero.
If a driver claims resources on a device-specific basis for more than one device, the driver must call this routine for each such device.
A driver can call this routine more than once for a given device. If one set of resources fails, the driver can call the routine again for the same device with a different set of resources. If a set of resources succeeds, the driver can call this routine again with a new list; the new list replaces the previous list.
Callers of IoReportResourceForDetection must be running at IRQL = PASSIVE_LEVEL in the context of a system thread.
|Minimum supported client||Available starting with Windows 2000.|
|Header||ntddk.h (include Ntddk.h)|
|IRQL||PASSIVE_LEVEL (see Remarks section)|