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Hi,

I have a problem at hand. I don't know where to begin with.

We have C# application which actually works with K-Line or KWP 2000(Its a protocol used in Automotive industry). But due to some timing handling constraints in C# , i have to develop a low level driver in c++ which actually handles timing in more reliable way.

I want your suggestions on how to start on this driver development.
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 17-Aug-11 2:03am    
Do you mean "kernel-mode driver"? Not easy, I would warn you. Also remember, this is not a real-time system anyway.
--SA
glued-to-code 18-Aug-11 5:20am    
It will be driver that will act in between my C# application and K-Line / KWP 2000 (via USB-UART chip connected to a UART-K-Line chip).

Just to give a point to start - How to Write a Windows Driver.
But the procedure is as usual - get Windows DDK, and start from sample code.

Update: and more from CodeProject: Driver Development Part 1: Introduction to Drivers
 
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