Power Manager Requests and NDIS

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The following table shows how NDIS maps Power Manager device power states to NDIS device power states.

Power Manager device power state NDIS device power state
D0 NdisDeviceStateD0
D1 NdisDeviceStateD0
D2 NdisDeviceStateD0
D3 If an adapter supports wake sources, NDIS will map the Power Manager device power state D3 to the highest power consuming state reported by the miniport driver. This mapping occurs in response to an OID_PNP_CAPABILITIES query.
D4 NdisDeviceStateD3

See Also

Power Management Architecture | Class-Qualified Device Names | Power-Manageable NDIS Miniports | NDIS Wake-on-LAN Support | PCMCIA-based Miniport Functional Interrupts

 Last updated on Tuesday, May 18, 2004

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