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  • Blog Post: How to include and view WPP trace messages in a driver’s public PDB files

    Authored by Eliyas Yakub [MSFT] and Robert Zhao [MSFT] Most Microsoft-provided drivers, included in Windows, enable WPP tracing for debugging purposes. It’s easier to debug when there are trace messages available. The source binary contains trace messages, however to parse them in a readable...
  • Blog Post: MUTT Software Package is now available

    The Microsoft USB Test Tool (MUTT) software package contains test tools for hardware test engineers to test interoperability of their USB controller or hub with the Microsoft USB driver stack . The package contains two downloads: the tools package and a readme document. The tools package contains...
  • Blog Post: How to Capture and Read USB ETW Traces in Windows 8

    Authored by Philip Ries [MSFT] Windows 8 provides a USB driver stack to support USB 3.0 devices. The Microsoft-provided USB 3.0 driver stack consists of three drivers: Usbxhci.sys, Ucx01000.sys, and Usbhub3.sys. All three drivers work together to add native support to Windows for most USB 3.0 host...
  • Blog Post: Answering the question "What's wrong with my device?" using USB trace messages

    2012-10-23: This post is about USB 2.0 driver stack tracing. Many of the techniques here also apply to USB 3.0 driver stack tracing in Windows 8; for more information, see our recent blog post on USB 3.0 driver stack tracing . This is Philip Ries posting again with more on the USB tracing that's new...
  • Blog Post: ETW in the Windows 7 USB core stack

    Hi, my name is Philip Ries and I'm also a developer on the USB core team. I'd like to tell you about the instrumentation that our team added to the USB core drivers for Windows 7, and how you can make use of this instrumentation. The USB Hub and USB Port drivers are instrumented with Event Tracing...
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