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6. The host asks for the entire 18 bytes of the Device Descriptor. 7. It then asks for 9 bytes of the Configuration Descriptor to determine the overall size. 8. The host asks for 255 bytes of the Configuration Descriptor. 9. Host asks for any String Descriptors if they were specified. At the end of Step 9, Windows will ask for a driver for your device. It is then common to see it request all the descriptors again before it issues a Set Configuration request. The above enumeration process is common to Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows 98 SE.

A common Windows enumeration involves the following steps, 1. The host or hub detects the connection of a new device via the device's pull up resistors on the data pair. The host waits for at least 100ms allowing for the plug to be inserted fully and for power to stabilise on the device. 2. Host issues a reset placing the device is the default state. The device may now respond to the default address zero. 3. The MS Windows host asks for the first 64 bytes of the Device Descriptor. 4. After receiving the first 8 bytes of the Device Descriptor, it immediately issues another bus reset.

Normally when something is wrong with a descriptor or how it is being sent, the host will attempt to read it three times with long pauses in between requests. After the third attempt, the host gives up reporting an error with your device.

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