About the Book
The comprehensive, must-have reference for anyone who develops Windows 2000 drivers.
The MICROSOFT WINDOWS 2000 DRIVER DEVELOPMENT KIT gives you the most complete, concise set of design and reference documentation you can find about developing drivers for the Windows 2000 family of operating systems. It also delivers sample source code and resources for developing Windows Driver Model (WDM) drivers that support both Windows 2000 and Windows 98, and it provides links to supporting information on the Microsoft Web site. This three-volume set is the only printed version of these essential resources. It includes:
MICROSOFT WINDOWS 2000 DRIVER DESIGN GUIDE
Get the technical know-how you need to write drivers for Windows 2000 or Windows 98 with this volume. It contains vital information about the driver development environment and the driver BUILD utility (included on CD-ROM), and it shows you how to use the Windows 2000 Driver Verifier to build, test, and debug Windows 2000 drivers. It describes how to create Windows Driver Model (WDM) drivers that are source-level compatible between Windows 2000 and Windows 98. It covers the special Plug and Play and power-management features of Windows 2000, describes how to support setup and installation of devices, and gives you the particulars about how to write kernel-mode, graphics, and network drivers.
MICROSOFT WINDOWS 2000 DRIVER DEVELOPMENT REFERENCE VOLUME 1
Developing reliable drivers—the most essential part of any operating system—requires good documentation. Open this volume to get complete, authoritative reference information about Plug and Play, power-management, and setup driver support in Windows 2000.
MICROSOFT WINDOWS 2000 DRIVER DEVELOPMENT REFERENCE VOLUME 2
Open this volume to get authoritative reference information about kernel-mode drivers, including drivers for input devices, devices that use serial and parallel ports, and devices that use USB, IEEE 1394, and PCMCIA ports.
Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 Deployment Kit: A Microsoft Resource Kit
Programming Server-Side Applications for Microsoft® Windows® 2000
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