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Microsoft Windows Logo Program System and Device Requirements  —  96

B4.1.4.11.4.3 DELETED

B4.1.4.11.4.4 DELETED

B4.1.4.12 Graphics adapter driver properly supports D3 state

…such that Windows can hibernate and restore the system from any system-supported sleep state

The Display Device Class Power Management Reference Specification, Version 2.0, provides definitions of the OnNow device power states (D0–D3) for display and graphics devices. The specification also covers device functionality expected in each power state and the possible wakeup event definitions for the class, if any.

B4.1.4.13 – See A3.4.4.7
B4.1.4.14 – See A3.4.4.7
B4.1.4.15 Display Control Panel Extensions per DDK, with Advanced Properties tab

“Control Panel Requirements” Windows DDK

B4.1.5 Display Adapters/Chipsets - FAQs

B4.1.5.1 Current Display FAQs

See http://www.microsoft.com/winlogo/hardware/.

B4.1.5.2 – Updated at B4.1.4.6.8
B4.1.5.3 See A3.4.4.7.5
B4.1.5.4 – DELETED
B4.1.5.5 – DELETED
B4.1.5.6 - Updated at B4.1.4.8
B4.1.5.7 – Updated at B4.1.4.1

B4.1.R Display Adapters/Chipsets - Future Requirements

Announcement of additional future requirements will be published at http://www.microsoft.com/winlogo/hardware/.

B4.1.R.1 TV output capability, if present, meets requirements
B4.1.4.R.1 Adapter supports underscan scaling.

If TV out is implemented, adapter supports overscan/underscan scaling. The television output adapter must be able to correct horizontal and vertical overscan/underscan using hardware scaling. Software must be able to disable and enable this feature.

B4.1.4.R.2 Adapter supports flicker filter and is required to take a 1024 x 768 32-bpp input and downscale it to TV-out resolution.

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