[newbie question] HID Device As Smartcard Device

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Drivers' started by Streax, Jan 24, 2004.

  1. Streax

    Streax Guest

    Hello Everybody,

    I Am trying to Make A Smartcard Compatible device for a
    card reader that is automatically detected as an HID
    Device. I have sucessfully installed modified source code
    for the "BULL TLP3" Driver. but i run into many errors
    that cause the system to hang... Is changing the
    Default "HID Compatibe Device" Driver to My DEvice Driver
    the correct way of approaching this? or do i have to make
    a mapper driver for the HID DEvice?

    Best Regards,
    Streax
     
    Streax, Jan 24, 2004
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  2. Streax

    Walter Oney Guest

    Is this for a commercial product? If so, it would be vastly better for
    you to redo the firmware so that your device fits the CCID
    specification. You'll get a large part of the functionality you probably
    need from the Microsoft CCID driver.
     
    Walter Oney, Jan 24, 2004
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  3. Streax

    Streax Guest

    Yes it is a commecrial product. the information about will be very helpful for our product, Unfortunately our section cannot modify the firmware of the device as it is already being sold. Maybe we will pass this information to the Hardware Developers for support in future products. I have sucessfully fixed most of the errors, but when i Unplug the Device (And after my debbuger detects that my diver has been unloaded) I get the following erro

    ****** Unloaded driver (v4kuPCSC
    'HIDCLASS> Code coverage trap: file D:\nt\private\ntos\dd\wdm\input\hidclass\device.c, line 591
    Break instruction exception - code 80000003 (first chance

    What does this error Mean

    Best Regards
    Strea

    ----- Walter Oney wrote: ----

    Streax wrote
    Is this for a commercial product? If so, it would be vastly better fo
    you to redo the firmware so that your device fits the CCI
    specification. You'll get a large part of the functionality you probabl
    need from the Microsoft CCID driver

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    Walter Oney, Consulting and Trainin
    Basic and Advanced Driver Programming Seminar
    Check out our schedule at http://www.oneysoft.co
     
    Streax, Jan 26, 2004
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