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Need reading info on writing device driver

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I would like some reading materials on how to design,
write, and implement hardware device drivers. Books,
magazines, internet, anything would be appreciated.      

This would be for Windows 95
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Which operating system?


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Windows 95
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If you havn't got it use The Microsoft® Windows® Device Driver Kit (DDK) documentation
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