Microsoft Windows CE 3.0  

Required Entry Points for USB Device Drivers

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All USB device drivers must expose certain entry points in their DLLs to interact properly with the USBD module. The following entry points not only enable the USBD module to connect a driver with its peripheral, but also enable a driver to create and manage any registry keys that it may need: