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PCI-Express Bridge Driver.

Postby TWFzb29k » Fri, 23 Apr 2004 06:16:07 GMT

I am going to develope a PCI-Express bridge driver for both transparent and non-transparent modes. Should it be a  function driver or a bus driver? What resources are available for Bridge device drivers
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