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My Driver in WinCE Emulator

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Hi,
I have created a dummy driver which returns random number values. It is a stream interface driver. I have added the driver in the emulator for testing of my eVC++ code. When I run the emulator from Platform Builder, the driver works fine. I want to build the SDK for my eVC++ developers, for debugging their code on the emulator, included in the SDK. But when I build my SDK(with the emulator), it does not include my driver in it. Can any expert please tell me how do I include the driver with the emulator, so that my eVC++ developers can install my SDK and test their code in the emulator, without requiring Platform Builder. I am using WinCE.NET 4.1.

Thnx
Manas.
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CAN ANYBODY PLEASE HELP ME
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Mikal613 earned 250 total points
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1)You must use evc 4.2 and sp2
2)Under Options of the project you must select to upgrade the components all the time.
3)you must download the Embedded Visual Tools2002
4)Then you have to have the ebmedded 2003 SDk

All downloaded from Microsoft.com
 
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hi Mikal613,

Is it not possible with Platform Builder 4.1, eVC 4.0 ?
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Its suppose to be possible and sometimes it may work . But they fixed alot of there bugs in the newest version
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