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GeneralRe: 64-bit strange issue, SetupDiEnumDeviceInfo Pin
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Maxwell Chen23-May-11 4:47
Maxwell Chen23-May-11 4:47 
CPallini wrote:
Anyway, are you sure you didn't make any other API call before calling GetLastError?

No.

Here is the latest code for testing.
bool SetupDi::EnumDevInfo(DWORD dwIndex, SP_DEVINFO_DATA* pDeviceInfoData)
{
	if(!m_hDevInfo) {
		TRACE(_T("SetupDi::EnumDevInfo, m_hDevInfo is NULL. \n"));
		return false;
	}
	if(!pDeviceInfoData) {
		TRACE(_T("SetupDi::EnumDevInfo, pDeviceInfoData is NULL. \n"));
		return false;
	}
	m_dwErrCode = 0;
	memset(pDeviceInfoData, 0, sizeof(SP_DEVINFO_DATA));
	pDeviceInfoData->cbSize = sizeof(SP_DEVINFO_DATA);
	BOOL bRet = SetupDiEnumDeviceInfo(m_hDevInfo, dwIndex, pDeviceInfoData);
	if(!bRet) {
		TRACE(_T("SetupDi::EnumDevInfo, SetupDiEnumDeviceInfo(index: %d) failed (0x%08X). \n"),
			dwIndex, m_dwErrCode = GetLastError());
		AfxMessageBox("SetupDiEnumDeviceInfo");

		// BEGIN: We just need this to make it work under x64. Memory alignment issue.
//		CString s;
//		s.Format(_T("SetupDi::EnumDevInfo, SetupDiEnumDeviceInfo(index: %d) failed (0x%08X). \n"),
//			dwIndex, GetLastError());
		// END: We just need this to make it work under x64. Memory alignment issue.

		//AfxMessageBox(s);
	}
	return (TRUE == bRet);
}

bool CPccCfgApp::FindSMBusHost()
{
	SetupDi	DevInfo;

	// SMBus host controller should fall under the "System" devices category.
	if(!DevInfo.GetClassDevs(SetupDi::eDC_System, _T("PCI"), true, true, true, false, false)) {
		TRACE(_T("CFindDeviceDlg::FindDevice, GetClassDevs failed. \n"));
//		AfxMessageBox(_T("CFindDeviceDlg::FindDevice, GetClassDevs failed."));
		return false;
	}

	DWORD dwIndex = 0;
	SP_DEVINFO_DATA spDevInfoData;
	while(1) {
		if(!DevInfo.EnumDevInfo(dwIndex, &spDevInfoData)) {
			TRACE(_T("CFindDeviceDlg::FindDevice, EnumDevInfo failed. \n"));
			AfxMessageBox(_T("CFindDeviceDlg::FindDevice, EnumDevInfo failed."));
			CString s;
			s.Format(_T("Error = 0x%08X"), DevInfo.m_dwErrCode);
			AfxMessageBox(s);
			break;
		}

		// Hardware ID...
	// ...
}

  Maxwell Chen

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