Microsoft Windows CE 3.0  

Porting the Sample Native Device Drivers

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To port Windows CE to a target platform, you must provide drivers for built-in devices, such as keyboards, touch screens, PC Card sockets, serial ports, and audio hardware.

To assist you with the porting procedure, the following sections contain descriptions of sample MDD and PDD implementations provided with the Platform Builder .The actual PDD code for these sample drivers appears in the \Platform\ODO\Drivers and Platform\CEPC\Drivers subdirectories of your Platform Builder installation. The following sections also list the DDI and DDSI functions related to the sample drivers; any native device driver you write should use or implement the same DDI or DDSI functions, depending on whether you write a monolithic or a layered device driver: