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B10.10 Fibre Channel

All general requirements in B1.0 are included by reference.
All bus-specific requirements in B2.0 are included by reference.
All general storage requirements in B10.1 are included by reference.

Note: If this component is implemented on a client system, compatibility testing is required for Windows XP/Windows 2000.

B10.10.1 Fibre Channel - Windows Compatibility

See B10.1.1 and B10.3.1.

B10.10.2 Fibre Channel - Industry Standards

B10.10.2.1 Fibre Channel Physical and Signaling Interface (FC-PH), ANSI X3.230:1994; amendment PC-PH-AM1 (X3.230:1994/AM-1:1996)
Fibre Channel 2nd Generation Physical Interface, ANSI X3.297:1997
B10.10.2.3 Fibre Channel 3rd Generation Physical Interface, ANSI X3.303:1998
B10.10.2.4 SCSI-3 Fibre Channel Protocol (FCP), ANSI X3.269:1996

Global Engineering Documents at

B10.10.3 Fibre Channel - Quality

B10.10.3.1 FC adapter and hard drives pass Windows Logo Program testing

See B1.3, B10.1.3.2, and B10.1.4.7.

Windows Whistler Server: See “Fibre Channel Controllers” and device-specific topics in the HCT documentation.

Note: The 3-day stress test run specified for "Designed for Windows 2000 Server" testing is not required for client testing.
B10.10.3.2 FC adapter

See B10.10.3.1.
B10.10.3.3 FC hard drive

See B10.10.3.1.

B10.10.4 Fibre Channel - Windows Experience

Design Guideline References:
Hardware Design Guide Version 3.0 for Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, Chapter 5
B10.10.4.1 Option ROMs for FC bootable controllers support extended Int 13 functions


El Torito support is not required for FC controllers.

B10.10.4.2 Use X3T11 Private Loop Direct Attach profile as storage base to use native operating system support


B10.10.5 Fibre Channel - FAQs

See B10.1.5.

B10.10.R Fibre Channel - Future Requirements

See B10.1.R.
B10.10.R.1 Fibre Channel controllers comply with the FC-PH Specification, Version (TBD)

In order to take advantage of the Microsoft-defined FibrePort model.
B10.10.R.2 SCSI Fibre Channel Protocol –2 (FCP-2), ANSI NCITS T10/1144 D

B11.0 Streaming Media and Broadcast

B11.1 General Streaming

All general requirements in B1.0 are included by reference.
All bus-specific requirements in B2.0 are included by reference.

B11.1.1 General Streaming - Windows Compatibility

B11.1.1.1 Device support is based on DirectX foundation class and WDM stream class


  • WDM support: "Streaming Devices (Video and Audio)" in the Windows DDK.

  • All video input sources and capture devices must implement driver support as defined for WDM Stream class in "Devices (Video and Audio)" in the Windows DDK.

  • Minidriver implementation for subpicture decoder: Microsoft DirectX SDK and “DirectShow and DVD Support” in the Windows DDK.
B11.1.1.2 Windows compatibility and implementation notes—streaming
B11.1.1.3 Associated control, middleware, and application software use DirectShow


It is not required to use the DirectShow filters provided with the operating system, but any substitute filter used must be a superset of the equivalent filter provided with the operating system and must support the same inputs and output.

See FAQ B11.2.5.2.
B11.1.1.4 If present in the system, software MPEG decoders use the DirectX VA API to communicate with the graphics chip’s video acceleration functions

See Microsoft Platform SDK and DirectX 8 DDK in the Windows DDK.

B11.1.2 General Streaming - Industry Standards

B11.1.2.1 ANSI/SMPTE standards
B11.1.2.2 DVB/DAVIC (Digital Video Broadcasting/Digital Audio-Visual Council);
B11.1.2.3 IEC 61883 Digital Interface for Consumer Electronic Audio/Video Equipment

B11.1.3 General Streaming - Quality

WHQL Test Specification References:
Chapter 1: Introduction to HCT Test Specifications
Chapter 6: Digital and Broadcast Video Test Specification
B11.1.3.1 SEE B11.1.4.4
B11.1.3.2 Pass WHQL tests

See B1.3.

Windows XP: See “Streaming Media and Broadcast” in the HCT documentation.

B11.1.4 General Streaming - Windows Experience

Design Guideline References:
PC 2001 System Design Guide, Chapter 9, "Video"
B11.1.4.1 Interoperability with operating system and Microsoft DirectShow

B11.1.4.2 Support subpicture compositing and closed captioning

B11.1.4.3 Device installation requirements

Dependent video device is not independently enumerated. [VID-0212]
B11.1.4.4 MPEG and video component requirements

[VID-0209, VID-0215, VID-0216,0217]

  • For desktop system, TV-style MPEG-2 video stream playback consumes no more than an additional 45 percent of processor cycles, and no more than 45 percent of the memory, PCI, or AGP bandwidth during any given minute. [VID-0215.7]

  • All MPEG-2 decoders can accept an MPEG-2 elementary stream. [VID-0216]

  • All MPEG transport stream information is available to the central host processor. [VID-0217]

  • De-interlacing of standard-definition video meets requirements. [VID-0215]

  • MPEG sources support bus mastering; MPEG-2 MP@ML playback and video decode implementations meet requirements. [VID-0215]

Mobile PC Note: Requirements are defined in B11.1.4.5.

  • All graphics and video capabilities must be fully supported at 1024 × 768, 32 bpp mode or better. [VID-0209]

  • Synchronized audio and video, no tearing or other artifacts (macroblocking, jaggies, and so on). [VID-0215; AUD-0326]
B11.1.4.5 Mobile system meets standard video requirements if video playback is supported


Mobile PC Note: Support required for up to native display resolution or XGA where native resolution is greater than XGA (1024x768). Mobile system has no CPU utilization limitations or bus bandwidth restrictions for MPEG-2 playback.

B11.1.5 General Streaming - FAQs


B11.1.R General Streaming - Future Requirements

Announcement of additional future requirements will be published at

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