when the device queue is empty? can I still call IoStartNextPacket?

when the device queue is empty? can I still call IoStartNextPacket?

Post by Patrick Zo » Wed, 26 Nov 2003 10:32:56


as said, how do I know the device queue is empty or not?
thxs,
 
 
 

when the device queue is empty? can I still call IoStartNextPacket?

Post by Don Bur » Wed, 26 Nov 2003 10:40:34

Call IoStartNextPacket if the queue is empty this is a NOP. So you do not
care if the queue is empty or not.


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