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After the USBD module loads a USB device driver for a
peripheral, it calls the driver's
this function, the driver performs the following operations:
Determines whether it can control the peripheral. If the driver
can control the peripheral, it returns TRUE to accept control.
Otherwise, the driver returns FALSE to decline control. In the
latter case, the USBD module continues to search for other drivers
to control the peripheral.
Loads additional USB device drivers for other interfaces that
may be present on the peripheral by calling the
LoadGenericInterfaceDriverfunction. If a USB device driver
accepts control of a peripheral, the USBD module stops searching
for drivers to control the peripheral. The driver that accepts
control must then load any other USB device drivers for other
interfaces present on the peripheral.
Registers a callback function that is called when the
peripheral is disconnected from the bus. USB device drivers use the
RegisterNotificationRoutinefunction to register callback