Flash Media Drivers (Windows CE 5.0)
The flash media driver (FMD) is a device driver that performs the actual input and output of data to a flash memory device. An FMD contains all of the device-specific code necessary for read, write, and erase commands to the flash memory device. You can link the FMD with the flash abstraction layer (FAL) to create a block driver that a file system such as FAT can use. You can also link the FMD with a boot loader so that the boot loader can flash a run-time image image.
In This Section
- How to Develop a Flash Media Driver
Explains the process of creating, debugging and loading a flash media driver.
- How to Configure a Run-Time Image to Support a Flash Media Device
Explains how to configure a run-time image to support a flash media device.
- Flash Media Driver Reference
Provides reference information for flash media drivers.
- Power Management
Describes the power management capabilities provided by the Windows CE OS.
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